Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is a method for studying the structure, dynamics, and spatial distribution of unpaired electronic matter. It can provide in-situ and non-destructive information such as electron spins, orbits and nuclei at the micro-scale.
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CIQTEK EPR Spectrometers possess a number of valuable features, including:
– Comprehensive functions, suitable for general continuous wave and pulse EPR measurement
– Diverse experimental setups including light, low temperature, and corners
– Magnetic field uniformity better than 10 ppm with stability better than 10 mG/h
– Microwave pulse time resolution up to 50 ps, improving spectral line resolution in pulse mode
– High-performance solid- state power amplifier: 450 W output power
– Unlimited number of pulse sequences, suitable for dynamic multi-pulse decoupling technology
– High-performance pulsed EPR probe with π / 2 pulses down to 8 ns
Quantum Diamond Atomic Force Microscope (QDAFM) is a quantum precision measurement instrument based on both nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center in diamond and AFM scanning imaging technology. It can be detected with magnetic imaging quantitatively and non-destructively by quantum control and readout of spin in luminous NV center defect. With nanoscale high spatial resolution and single spin ultra-high detection sensitivity, QDAFM is an innovative technology to develop and study area of physics, chemistry, material science, life science, biomedical science, including high density magnetic storage, spintronics, magnetic domain imaging, 2D materials, topological magnetic structure, superconducting magnetic, cell imaging and quantum techniques applications.
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