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|Tel: 024 761 51776
|Office: P459 in Physics
The Warwick Photoemission Facility is a joint venture between the Departments of Physics and Chemistry at The University of Warwick, open to other academic and industrial users. These pages detail our facilities, scheduling, output, personnel and general information on photoemission techniques.
In 2009, the Surface, Interface and Thin Films Group in the Department of Physics benefitted from £1.5M of capital investment funding for new equipment from Advantage West Midlands (AWM), under the Science Cities initiative, and we have purchased two completely new UHV growth and surface analysis systems. These pages focus on the state-of-the-art monochromatic X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy chamber, with integrated ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), and sample preparation facilities, and connection to our angle-resolved UPS/LEED chamber.
In 2014 the Facility was expanded to incorporate a second photoemission machine. The Kratos Axis-Ultra DLD chamber is equipped with UPS, monochromated XPS and also imaging XPS, allowing element-specific images on the micron scale to be acquired.
How to find us....
Please come and see Dr. Marc Walker in P459, in the Department of Physics. We are in building 48 on this map. Tel: 02476 151776.
For further information, please e-mail the Facility Manager, Marc Walker.
The Kratos Axis Ultra DLD Spectrometer
The Omicron XPS Instrument
|The Scienta-Omicron ARPES Chamber