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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Mass Spectrometry
Microscopy
Ultrafast Laser
Vibrational Spectroscopy
Electron Spin Resonance
Biophysical
X-ray Diffraction Analysis
X-ray Fluorescence
X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

About

X-ray excitation generally result in two types of photons (x-ray photons and uv-vis photons) emitted. The emitted x-ray photons are from core levels are measured in X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy. XRF is used for qualitative and quantitative identification of elements. It is a very fast, versatile and high sensitivity technique used in many areas of research. The uv-vis or optical photons are low energy emission that could originate from band gap or defects transitions. This low energy emission technique is usually termed X-ray Excited Optical Luminescence (XEOL) or scintillation.

Laboratory Contact

Location:

B1

G88

Phone Number:

(306) 966-1706

Laboratory Managers:

Ramaswami Sammynaiken

George Belev

Fina Nelson

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Training Information

For information regarding usage and training of the instruments in this lab, please contact the laboratory manager.

Training Resources

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Instruments In Lab

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