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NanoESCA

Development prototype instrument for ESCA imaging and spectroscopy. Currently in use for instrument development and also for scientific applications by the university partners of the cooperation.

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Group

University of the Saarland,Institut für Experimentalphysik FR7.2
University of Mainz, Institut für Physik
FOCUS GmbH
OMICRON NanoTechnology GmbH

Affiliation
OMICRON NanoTechnology GmbH
Limburger Str. 75
65232 Taunusstein
Germany

Contact
J. Westermann (Omicron)

Operators (one from every cooperation partner)
M. Escher,
C. Ziethen,
S. Schmidt,
D. Funnemann

Homepages
http://ph12sh19.phys-ex.uni-sb.de
http://www.physik.uni-mainz.de/komet334/
http://www.focus-gmbh.com
http://www.omicron.de

Instrument
Electrostatic PEEM based on the Focus PEEM with IDEA double pass energy filter.



 
 

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Au (5x3.2) Reconstruction Domains grown on Si(111). Courtesy of F. Meyer zu Heringdorf and R. Tromp, IBM.


Growth of Lead on Cu(111). Courtesy of Gary Kellog, Sandia



PEEM Images of Pentacene Islands on Si. Courtesy of F. Meyer zu Heringdorf and R. Tromp, IBM