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The JEOL JSM-IT 100 is a compact SEM designed for fast imaging. In SEM a cathode ray focused to nm size is scanned over a sample where it is both reflected and knocking secondary electrons out of the material.
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is a high resolution scanning probe microscope with resolution on the order of sub nanometer.
Electron beam lithography (EBL) is a method for creating ultra-fine, nanometer-sized structures in modern nanotechnology. It is an important instrument in semiconductor technology, used to produce photomasks for photolithography, or stamps for other lithographic processes.
This setups allows for calibrated, reproducible measurements to evaluate the performance of ferroelectric sensors including hysteresis poling thereof.
XPS is a surface sensitive method for chemical analysis widely used for e. g.  thin films, molecular layers or chemical surface modification. The sample is irradiated with monochromatic x-rays and photoelectrons from core level shells are released from the sample.
The 3D laser scanning microscope of the VK-X1050 model series uses two different measurement principles combined in one device; depending on the application, a confocal laser and focus variation can be used.
Spectroscopic ellipsometry is an optical technique using the relative phase and amplitude changes in polarized light reflected from a surface or a thin film to characterize optical sample properties like refractive index, absorption coefficient and film thickness.
Mid infrared FTIR spectrometer which allows for a spectroscopic analysis of samples in the mid-infrared range. In this wavelength range, organic samples typically have very specific absorption bands which are very characteristic for the molecular structure.
Ultramicrotomy is used to create cross-sections of materials or layer systems for a quick and reliable quality assessment.
The laboratory Screen printer 1000 is used exclusively for printing rigid and flexible materials in the format 400 x 400 mm and a maximum thickness of 20 mm.
The Aerosol Jet technology enables printing of functional inks on both 2D and 3D substrates. The process supports a wide range of functional inks, such as conductive nano-particle inks, which can be deposited on a variety of substrates in single or multi-layer approach.
The Electrostatic Jet printer (ESJET) is a high-resolution digital printing technology. It uses high voltages that, when applied to a fluid (ink) in short pulses, cause droplets of ink to eject from the print head and land on an electrically grounded substrate.