Scanning & Local Probe Facility
|A look inside the QNF cleanroom|
|Home Institution||University of Pennsylvania|
|Building||Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology|
About the Scanning & Local Probe Facility
The Scanning and Local Probe Facility at the Singh Center is a user facility offering topographical, mechanical, electrical, optical, and chemical characterization tools in ambient, fluid, and high vacuum environments.
The facility is equipped with 2 ambient atomic force microscopes, two scanning confocal Raman spectroscopes (with AFM accessories), an ultra-high vacuum AFM+scanning tunneling microscope, an electronic probe station, and a total internal reflection fluorescence microscope with bio-AFM.
- SLPF Equipment List: Find resources for any given instrument (e.g. SOPs, troubleshooting, presentations, manuals, videos, specifications)
- Equipment Reservations: Go to the SLPF's IRIS site to make reservations to use the equipment
- Suggestion Box: Please send all SUGGESTIONS to help improve the Scanning Probe Lab to Matt Brukman.