Witec alphasnom: Confocal Raman, Photoluminescence.

FEI Nova NanoSEM 630: High resolution scanning electron microscope,(HRSEM SEM) EDS elemental analysis and mapping, e-beam lithography.

 

 

As the Department of Physics and Astronomy transitions to limited research operations under the University’s “Orange Phase”, the FEI SEM and Witec Instrument are now open. However, users should be aware of the following mandatory protocols before coming to the lab and when using the instruments:

 

1)     Please fill out College of Sciences Lab Personnel Form (http://www.physics.utah.edu/laser/Lab-Personnel-Form.pdf) and send a copy to zhliu@physics.utah.edu.

2)     You must make reservations beforehand at our reservation website (http://www.physics.utah.edu/laser/equipmentreservationall.php) in order to use SEM or Witec Instrument. No use of these instruments is allowed without making reservations on the website first.

3)     Please make sure that a minimum of 2-hour gap exists between you and the neighboring sessions.

4)     Only come to INSCC at the time of your reservation, and leave the building no later than the end time of your reservation.

5)     Do not enter INSCC if you are feeling sick, or was sick during last 14 days, or was in contact to anyone who was tested positive for COVID-19 during the last 14 days.

6)     Upon entry into INSCC, wash your hands with soap and water.

7)     Face covering is required in the building at all times.

8)     Maintain a minimum 6 ft distancing from other people at all times. No more than 2 people are allowed in an individual lab room at any given time.

9)     Please sign in and sign off the paper logsheets.

10)  Users should bring their own gloves and face coverings. Disposable gloves will still be provided to lab users.

11)  Before you use the instrument, sanitize all surfaces to be touched. Wipes will be provided.

12)  When you are finished using the instrument, sanitize all surfaces touched.

13)  Use of other instruments in these labs, such as spin coater, vacuum sputter and carbon coater, are not allowed.

 

 

 


University of Utah medallion written using e-beam lithography. A hair is shown for scale.