From left: William R. Willoughby (graduate), Mary E. Zvanut
(Professor, PI), Ustun R. Sunay (undergraduate), and I. William A. Brayer
(undergraduate) not pictured here.
Electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer (X-band EPR 9.4 GHz),
3.5 – 300 K. Light source: QTH Lamp, LEDs, and laser diodes.
oxidation and annealing furnaces, max. 1200 – 1800 0C. Gas
source: argon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.
I-V curve measurement. Thermally stimulated current (TSC) spectroscopy, 77
– 650 K. Voltage and current source:
max. 1100 V and min. 1 pA.
Physical science (PHS 101) laboratory
loop track, kinetic and potential energy track, pendulum, and
Department of Physics
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