nanoARPES or k-MICROSCOPE, a new technique where the light is focused down to nanometer size – defining the area studied with photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) to be in the nano meter size.
UNSW scientists working on quantum computing, marine science and threatened ecosystems have won three prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prizes – for leadership, science communication, and environmental research...
The DA30 ARPES system brings together the world leading instrumentation for ARPES...
The new MULTIPROBE ARPES system provides a total solution for ARPES.
Using a new deflector concept, this novel analyser can measure electrons in a full cone of 30 degrees opening angle.
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