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Thermal evaporation sources inside a MiniLab 080

Thermal evaporation

Thermal evaporation is a straightforward means of thin film deposition with materials being heated to evaporation temperatures via a resistively heated support.

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Glovebox deposition system MiniLab 090

Glovebox deposition

Glovebox Deposition integrated MiniLab PVD systems for metals, inorganics and organics thin-film deposition with sample handling in inert environments.

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Glovebox soft etching

Glovebox soft-etching

Moorfield introduce their glovebox-integrated MiniLab 026 “soft-etching” tools for researchers working on graphene and 2D materials that require sample handling in inert atmospheres.

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Glovebox system MiniLab 026

Glovebox annealing

Glovebox Annealing Integrated MiniLab systems with annealing hardware for substrate heating under controlled conditions, and transfer to/from inert atmospheres.

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Electron beam evaporation

E-beam evaporation

During electron beam evaporation (or E-Beam evaporation), evaporant materials are heated to high temperatures through bombardment by high-energy electron streams.

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Magnetron sputtering

Magnetron sputtering

In magnetron sputtering, magnetic fields focus plasmas onto target material surfaces, ejecting material that moves through the plasma to coat substrates. Suitable for depositing most materials (with correct choice of sputtering power supply).

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Thermal processing

Thermal processing

Complete thermal processing systems and bespoke components for high-temperature sample processing under controlled low-pressure, inert and reactive atmospheres.

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Soft Etching

Soft-etching

Soft-etching technology from Moorfield is unique in providing the fine control needed for substrate and device preparation in world-leading 2D materials research.

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