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Lake Shore EMC conference exhibit to feature material characterization platforms Jun 16, 2016

Company spotlighting THz spectroscopic system for development-grade electronic material research

Lake Shore Cryotronics, a leading innovator in solutions for measurement over a wide range of temperature and magnetic field conditions, will be discussing platforms for characterizing properties of emerging electronic materials during the 58th Electronic Materials Conference (EMC), June 22–24 at the University of Delaware.

Among these is Lake Shore’s fully integrated, non-contact Model 8501 THz system for material characterization. THz spectroscopy can aid a number of electronic material research applications because THz wavelengths match the feature sizes (10 mm × 10 mm) of development-grade materials and couple strongly to the free-carrier motion of a number of materials, including 2D, superconducting, thin-film semiconductor, complex oxide epilayer, and functional organic materials.


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