X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy XPS

Location: Clark Hall D21B

Coral Reservation Information

 

Jonathan Shu
Office (607) 255-9833
Cell (607) 227-8154
jbs24@cornell.edu
D-21H Clark Hall

XPS
Surface Science Instrument
SSX-100

Training required to use this instrument:
General Lab Safety Training (EHS 2555)

UHV system for X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), also known as electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA). Quantitative elemental analysis as well as chemical bonding information are possible on a variety of samples (films, polymers, ceramics, powders, etc.). Ion sputtering for depth profiling or contaminant removal; in-situ sample tilting. Remote access is available for real-time observation and control of the instrument.

For access to the Clark Materials and Characterization (CMAC) Facility, complete this orientation form: CMACSafetyRequirementsV4.pdf

XPSsamplesubmission_andFAQs_v5.doc
Casainfotalk_v5.ppt
AnalysisDepthWorksheet.xls
ThickogramSingleBlank.pdf
XPSinfotalk_v3b.pdf
CasaXPS PDF Manual (177 pages)

CCMR News on New Surface Tool

CMACSafetyRequirementsV4.pdf