University of Warwick

University of Warwick

Here at the Electrochemistry & Interfaces Group, we study properties and applications of novel materials including diamond, carbon nanotubes and graphene. Since 2004, Moorfield systems have played a crucial role throughout this work. Their MiniLab sputtering, thermal and electron-beam evaporation systems are used routinely for device fabrication and, more recently, their nanoCVD project has given us rapid access to high-quality carbon nanomaterials. Powerful, easy-to-use tools and friendly, fast and knowledgeable support!

PROF. JULIE MACPHERSON & PROF. PATRICK UNWIN
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