Cressington 108A Carbon Coater

Description

The Cressington 108A Carbon Coater is typically used for coating SEM samples with less than 20nm uniform coating of conductive carbon. Once pumped down to operating vacuum pressures, a high current is passed through 2 carbon rods. An arc will occur at the point which the 2 rods touch and result in a sputtering-type deposition of carbon. The process, including pump-down, deposition and vent requires approximately 1 minute.

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Tool Owners

Location

Marcus Microscopy 1

Capabilities

Deposition - Deposition - Carbon

Shared Drive

No share drive for this equipment.

Schedule

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Standard Recipes and Reports

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Billing Rates

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Training Sessions

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Georgia Institute of Technology
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Atlanta, Ga 30332
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