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The Physics Department of Imperial College, London, Uses the Quorum Q150T to Deposit Metals and ITO to Make Plasmonic Sensors and Electric Contact Pads

06:29 EDT 4 Aug 2017 | Lab Bulletin

Quorum Technologies, market and technology leaders in electron microscopy coating and cryogenic preparation products, talk about how the Blackett Laboratory of the Physics Department at Imperial College chose the Q150T coater to deposit metals to make plasmonic devices in a fast prototyping and development process. 

Schematic from the abstract of the Braun & Maier paper published in ACS SensorsDr Avi Braun is a Research Associate in the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Physics at Imperial College, London. Located in the Blackett Laboratory, Dr Braun joined the Quantum photovoltaic group in December 2013 as an Imperial College Junior Research Fellow....

Original Article: The Physics Department of Imperial College, London, Uses the Quorum Q150T to Deposit Metals and ITO to Make Plasmonic Sensors and Electric Contact Pads

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