Advanced Photoelectron Spectrometer
The Advanced Photoelectron Spectrometer facility is to provide researchers at UT the possibility of performing laboratory-based photoemission experiments for analysis of the chemical and electronic properties of various forms of condensed matter that are at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation.
These include, but are not limited to, superconductors, polymers, spintronic and catalytic materials, and condensed matter in disparate forms such as biological cells, bacteria, and minerals. The unique feature of the system is the capability of combining both spin and angular resolution with sub-millimeter spatial resolution.
Assisted help is billed in addition to the regular instrument rate. Rates for instrument time indicate self-use. Any operation of the instrument by staff will incur an additional charge for staff assistance. If staff assistance will be required that time must be booked in advance of reserving instrument time.
1 Unit = 4 hours
|Service 1: Data Collection||$273/unit||$320/unit||$450/unit||$625/unit|
|Service 2: Data Analysis||$61/hr||$75/hr||$80/hr||$100/hr|
User rates subject to change without notice.
New users should contact Paolo Vilmercati.