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Hanoi University of Science and Technology features state-of- the-art laboratories, equipped with a diverse range of facilities and equipment to perform high impact scientific research, educational teaching and training activities.

List of Facilities

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List of Equipment

Description

1

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) is a quantitative spectro-analytical procedure for the determination of chemical elements using the absorption of optical radiation by free atoms in the gaseous state.

2

Atomic Force Microscopy

Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is one kind of observation method that takes advantage of the atomic force between the probe and the sample surface.

3

Digital Ultrasonic Machine

 

4

E-beam Evaporator

E-Beam or Electron Beam Evaporation is a form of Physical Vapor Deposition in which the target material to be used as a coating is bombarded with an electron beam from a charged tungsten filament to evaporate and convert it to a gaseous state for deposition on the material to be coated.

5

Electrostatic Spray Deposition

Electrostatic Spray Deposition (ESD) is a technique with characteristics of uniform atomization and ultrafine powder distribution due to the stable formation of controllable small droplets.

6

Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope

Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy (ESEM) is a unique system in which uncoated biological and industrial materials can be examined with an electron beam in a high chamber pressure atmosphere of water vapor.

7

Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Fluorescence Spectroscopy uses a beam of light that excites the electrons in molecules of certain compounds, and causes them to emit light. That light is directed towards a filter and onto a detector for measurement and identification of the molecule or changes in the molecule.

8

High Temperature Furnace

 

9

HP Impedance Analyzer

Impedance Analyzer is a type of electronic test equipment used to measure complex electrical impedance as a function of test frequency. Impedance analyzers come in three distinct hardware implementations, and together these three implementations can probe from ultra-low frequency to ultra-high frequency and can measure impedances from µΩ to TΩ.

10

Industrial X-ray Machine

 

11

IR Temperature Measurement

The infrared (IR) temperature guns identify the surface temperature of an object by measuring the energy level of the infrared rays emitted from the object without physically coming in contact with it.

12

Keithley Picometer / Voltage Source

 

13

Micro Raman Spectroscopy

Raman micro-spectroscopy is a powerful technique for analysing both live cells and scaffold materials used in tissue engineering. This technique is non-invasive and does not require labelling, staining or other forms of sample preparation. A Raman spectrum is produced following the interaction of the exciting laser photons with vibrating molecules in the sample. 

14

Potentionstat

A potentiostat is a control and measuring device that, for example, in an electrochemical cell, keeps the potential of one (working) electrode at a constant level with respect to the reference electrode.

15

Quarzt Crystal Microbalance

Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) is an extremely sensitive mass balance that measures nanogram to microgram level changes in mass per unit area.

16

Static and Dynamic Magnetic Hysteresis Loop Measurement

 

17

Thermal Evaporator

Thermal evaporation is a common method of physical vapor deposition (PVD). It is one of the simplest forms of PVD and typically uses a resistive heat source to evaporate a solid material in a vacuum environment to form a thin film. The material is heated in a high vacuum chamber until vapor pressure is produced. The evaporated material, or vapor stream, traverses the vacuum chamber with thermal energy and coats the substrate.

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UV-Vis Spectroscopy

UV-Vis spectroscopy is an analytical technique that measures the amount of discrete wavelengths of UV or visible light that are absorbed by or transmitted through a sample in comparison to a reference or blank sample. This property is influenced by the sample composition, potentially providing information on what is in the sample and at what concentration. 

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X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is a technique for analyzing a material’s surface chemistry. XPS can measure elemental composition as well as the chemical and electronic state of the atoms within a material. XPS spectra are obtained by irradiating a solid surface with a beam of X-rays and measuring the kinetic energy of electrons that are emitted from the top 1-10 nm of the material.