Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Instrumentation Center (NABIC)
The Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Instrumentation center (NABIC) is a recharge and service center unit created for the primary purpose of providing services, or a group of services to internal and external users. The center currently houses a multi-user X-ray photoelectron spectrometer (XPS) system, Simultaneous TGA-DTA-DSC-Mass spec-FTIR system, TA instruments TG-DTA-DSC and Physical Property Measurement system. The Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Instrumentation center includes laboratory space in the multipurpose classroom facility MPCB-310. The Director of this recharge center is Dr. Dmitri Tenne, Professor in the Department of Physics.
NABIC is also closely connected with Condensed Matter and Nanomaterials Lab (CMNL) where other nano material synthesis and characterization tools such as RF plasma sputter deposition instrument, Thermal evaporation system, Spin Coating system, Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (VSM), UV-VIS-NIR (Cary 5000) Spectrometer, Zetapotential-Particle size Analyzer and many other small instruments are available.
Preferred pricing options may be considered if customers have large number of samples (or instrumentation hours).
Please contact Prof. Dmitri Tenne, Director of NABIC for more information.