Facilities

 

Equipment and facilities used in our group

1-Own equipment – CMEOS group
2-Facilities and services of the ICMAB
3-Large-scale facilities

1-Own equipment – CMEOS group

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Ceramics Preparation Lab

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Crystal Growth Lab

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Characterization Tools

2-Facilities and services of the ICMAB

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X-ray Diffraction Lab
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Low Temperatures and Magnetometry
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Thin Films Lab
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Nanoquim Platform
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Electron Microscopy
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Scanning Probe Microscopy
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Thermal Analysis Lab

3-Large scale facilities

Advanced characterization using neutron and synchrotron techniques

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Members of the group are specialized users of synchrotron and neutron sources. The list below shows the most frequently used centers during the last years:

  • Institut Laue-Langevin.ILL; Grenoble: neutron european source (high-flux reactor)
  • European Synchrotron Radiation Facility. ESRF, Grenoble: synchrotron radiation source
  • Diamond Light Source (Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK): Synchrotron radiation source
  • Swiss Spallation Neutron Source (SINQ, PSI. Villigen  Switzerland): neutron source (spallation)
  • ALBA . Spanish Synchrotron, Cerdanyola, Barcelona): synchrotron radiation source
  • PETRA-III, DESY Photon Science (Hamburg): Synchrotron radiation source
  • Bessy II . Helmhotz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin: synchrotron radiation source
  • Swiss Synchrotron Light Source (SLS, Switzerland): synchrotron radiation source
  • Laboratoire Léon Brillouin .LLB, Paris. C.E.N : neutron source (reactor)
  • ISIS, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK): neutron/muon source (spallation)
  • Berlin Neutron Scattering Centre .BENSC, Helmhotz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin: neutron source (reactor)
  • LANSCE . Los Alamos Neutron Science Center, USA: neutron source (spallation)

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