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Spectroscopy RTP

 

The Spectroscopy RTP offers state of the art capabilities in Raman, photoluminescence (PL), optical absorption (UV-Vis and FTIR) and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance. Diffraction limited imaging is available for Raman, PL and FTIR absorption.Please contact us for more information Spectroscopy at warwick dot ac dot uk

Services include:

Raman/PL

Spectroscopy and Microscopy

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Optical Absorption Spectroscopy

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EPR Spectrometer

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New Internal Users

It is not possible to use or book the spectrometers until you have completed a short training course and are added to our register users list. Training covers the basic safe operation of the spectrometer and covers the collection and analysis of basic data sets, To request training use the Trainign request form.

Tell us about your work

Your published work is a great way for us to track the research impact of the facility so please let us know when you publish using the tell us about your work form. We are also keen to here about conference talks and posters or any other way you have used your data.

External Customers

For information about using the RTPs as an external customer, please contact Warwick Scientific Services scientific dot services at warwick dot ac dot uk or visit the WSS website.


News

New Spectrometer

The spectroscopy RTP was pleased to take delivery of a new FT-IR microscope, a Nicolet iN10. The new system offers MIR mapping in the spectral range 400 - 4000 cm-1, and is capable of both transmission and reflection modes. In addition to this we have the option of a The germanium Micro-Tip ATR accessory for increased spatial resolution.  The Microscope is equipped three detectors, including a cooled MCT-A and an cooled array detector for fast mapping. We will also have improved data processing facilities using Omnic software that includes reference libraries in the lab and all users will have access to ThermoFishers Omnic-Anywhere processing software.

We will be accepting training requests on the new spectrometer once we are able to. If you have any questions or wish to discuss and future experiment, please contact spectrscopy@warwick.ac.uk.

Paper of the month

Doubly charged silicon vacancy center, Si-N complexes, and photochromism in N and Si codoped diamond.

Breeze, B. G., Meara, C. J., Wu, X. X., Michaels, C. P., Gupta, R., Diggle, P. L., Dale, M. W., Cann, B. L., Ardon, T., D’haenens-Johansson, U. F. S., Friel, I., Rayson, M. J., Briddon, P. R., Goss, J. P., Newton, M. E., & Green, B. L.

(2020). Doubly charged silicon vacancy center, Si-N complexes, and photochromism in N and Si codoped diamond. Physical Review B, 101(18), 184115. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.101.184115