Located in the solar research facility at the Hawkesbury campus of UWS, this instrument is unique in Australia.
The University has recently made a substantial investment in upgrading this equipment and it is available to both researchers and industry.
The secondary ion mass spectrometer (SIMS) Cameca IMS 5FE7 determines the surface and near-surface composition in materials and detects elements ranging from hydrogen to uranium in parts per billion.
Potential SIMS applications include:
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Facility (SIMS) has not received any reviews.
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Facility (SIMS) has not received any endorsements.