Matrix assisted pulsed laser evaporation installation – MAPLE

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Matrix assisted pulsed laser evaporation installation – MAPLE
Designed for complex nanocomposite synthesis by MAPLE technique, using both inorganic and polymeric material or biomaterials with tailored properties.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • Contains a carousel with 3 MAPLE targets cooled with liquid nitrogen, at a temperature of 100 K max.;
  • Automatic temperature and fluency control;
  • The substrate may be heated either during deposition or post-deposition,
  • at a temperature of at least 800 °C, independent from the cooled targets;
  • Laser beam can scan targets over a range of at least 30 mm;
  • MAPLE targets can be manufactured also in-situ, by injection and freezing directly on the support from where it would be further sprayed.


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