Micro Photonics is a leading source of advanced instrumentation for scientific and industrial research. Thousands of clients rely on us for innovative solutions, technically superior products, confident application assistance, and comprehensive laboratory contract service. Since 1992 we have helped find solutions in tribology, nano-indentation, adhesion and scratch testing, profilometry, micro-tomography, imaging and other related fields of materials and thin films research.
Our instruments can be found in distinguished educational and industrial organizations ranging from automotive to cosmetic, biotechnology to medical devices, microelectronics to space applications. Regardless of your type of application, size of budget or experience in mechanical engineering research, our goal is to provide you with superior instruments, beneficial consultation and meticulous laboratory results.
Ion Sources and Systems
Sources for OLEDs/Organic Electronics
Laue Diffraction Systems
Portable Surface Roughness Testers
Portable Hardness Testers
Graphene is a sheet of carbon that is only 1 molecule thick. It is the lightest, strongest, most electrically conductive material known. People have called it the miracle material of the 21st century because it offers superior properties to any material in current use.
Scientists in the United Kingdom won the Nobel Prize in 2010, for research on graphene. In fact, because the material is so extraordinary, there is a great deal of research being conducted, but it is mostly on a small scale.
Graphene Frontiers conquered scale. The company’s founders, Charlie Johnson and Zhengtang Luo, perfected a proprietary manufacturing process that supports mass production for industrial and commercial uses.
Their process creates a continuous graphene production and transfer line that allows for production of high quality graphene films at a cost lower than existing technology and competing materials.
We produce our graphene at atmospheric pressure, rather than low pressure. This innovation eliminates the need for an enclosed vacuum chamber. In other words, Graphene Frontiers can produce graphene roll-to-roll, using the same systems that have long been established at consumer electronics manufacturers.
Graphene Frontiers has developed a patent pending etch-free, or non-toxic, transfer process that enables us to reuse the copper substrate.
Cheap Tubes supplies the carbon nanotube & graphene products you need at the prices you want to pay. We’ve supplied high quality carbon nanotubes and graphene products to academic and corporate researchers since 2005. Cheap Tubes has recently moved into a new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers’ needs. We are ready to assist you!
Graphene Ink is now available! Please contact us to discuss your graphene ink needs. Our graphene ink can be deposited using conventional coating technologies for a variety of applications.
Prices are in grams for most products and per kilograms for Conductive Nanotubes Composite, Carbon Nanotube Masterbatches, Industrial Grade Carbon Nanotubes. Kg’s can be purchased for gram scale products by entering 1000g (you don’t have to scroll up, just type it in). CVD graphene Films are sold per substrate or 4 pack of substrates.
CVD Graphite Films
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Single Walled Double Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes
Short Carbon Nanotubes
Graphitized Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Helical Carbon Nanotubes
Industrial Carbon Nanotubes Products
Carbon Nanotube Arrays
Since 1949, the JEOL legacy has been one of outstanding innovation in developing instruments used to advance scientific research and technology. JEOL has 60 years of expertise in the field of electron microscopy, more than 50 years in mass spectrometry and NMR spectrometry, and more than 40 years of e-beam lithography leadership.
JEOL USA, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of JEOL Ltd. Japan, was incorporated in the United States in 1962. The primary business of JEOL USA is sales of new instruments and peripherals and support of a vast installed base of instruments throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America.
The JEOL USA organization is comprised of 300 employees, 180 of whom are field service personnel, for JEOL makes customer service and support a top priority. Additionally, applications specialists, technical support, sales and marketing, product management, training instructors, and administrative personnel are a committed team of people dedicated to making JEOL an outstanding supplier of scientific instruments.
JEOL USA headquarters are located in Peabody, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. The JEOL campus houses our Electron Optics and Analytical Instruments demonstration facilities, the JEOL Institute, the main parts depot and service center for the western hemisphere, and a manufacturing and software development facility. At this location, through the work of our engineering and software teams, JEOL USA has developed valuable enhancements suggested by our broad customer base and the proficiency of our in-house TEM, SEM, NMR, and MS experts.
Materials Science Products:
Atomic Resolution Microscopy
Biomaterials Mimicking Nature
Structural Imaging and Analysis
Cross Sectioning Samples
EMFUTUR is a high quality Nanomaterials supplier providing the highest quality supplies for these future developments. We offer nanoparticles, nanopowders, micron powders, and CNTs (carbon nanotubes) in small quantity for researchers and in bulk order for industry groups.
EMFUTUR product quality emphases the significance of purest Nanomaterials with uniform composition free of impurities for advanced research and production purposes.
Carbon Allotropes (Carbon nanotubes, Diamond nanoparticles, Fullerenes, Graphene), Nanowires, Quantum dots, Nanoparticles & Nanopowders, Nano-micro salts.
Micro and Nano electronics, Sensors and Actuators, Energy (storage and productions), Optical devices, Biomedical and Bionic, Drug delivery, Tissue Engineering Composite Materials, Abrasives, Catalysis and Photocatalysis, Magnetic Materials, Electromagnetic Shielding, Conductive Paints, Photonic Materials, Plasmonics.
Angstron is the first advanced materials company to offer large quantities of ultra-thin, pristine nano-graphene platelets (NGPs). Angstron currently has the world’s largest graphene production capacity at approximately 300 metric tons per year. This capacity means that Angstron can fill orders suitable for large scale industrial and commercial applications. This production scale also means that Angstron is significantly reducing production cost barriers with its high performance nano-graphene solutions. A new 22,000 square foot manufacturing facility, based in Dayton, Ohio, allows our company to continue its research and development efforts while providing small to large batch processing and production.
By combining R&D with in-depth engineering, application knowledge and real world experience, Angstron not only has the technology customers need, but the capability to provide total turnkey solutions from application development and pilot quantities for test articles to scale-up for required production volumes.
The Angstron team is led by Dr. Bor Jang, a pioneer in advancing the field of nano-graphene platelets. In addition to NGPs, Dr. Jang is a leading expert in the research and development of low-cost carbon nanomaterials, batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells with more than 160 patents to his name.
Angstron’s scientists and specialists have more than 50 years of combined experience. We’ll help you harness the performance advantages of NGPs to create a next generation product that’s better. Our team will also walk you through each step of the process to find the most efficient, cost effective manufacturing methods and prepare for market entry.
Applied Graphene Materials has developed a proprietary bottom up process for the production of high-specification graphene. Applied Graphene Materials owns the intellectual property and know-how behind this process. We provide dispersion and product integration expertise, to deliver solutions for a wide range of applications.
We believe that the commercial value of graphene lies in the ability to transfer its intrinsic properties into other materials, thus creating higher value materials and products which possess specifically enhanced characteristics. As a disruptive technology, graphene has the potential to replace or enhance the performance of existing materials in a wide range of applications and sectors.
Thermic Edge Ltd is a design and manufacturing business with specialist knowledge of every kind of laboratory heating applications, from basic elements or sample heaters, to complete hot stages with rotation, manipulation and substrate bias. We have standard ranges of stand alone sample heaters and flange mounted sample heaters with feedthroughs incorporated. Our sample heaters and hot stages are used in a very wide range of laboratory applications including, PVD sputtering, thermal deposition, e-beam, CVD, MOCVD, PLD, ion beam implanters, carbon nanotubes and graphene growth.
Thermic Edge Ltd can offer a range of sample heater controllers to accurately control any kind of hot stage or sample heater. Heater controllers are fitted with Eurotherm PID temperature controllers as standard, but we can incorporate any type of controller that our customers might specify.
Thermic Edge Ltd also has a range of high temperature laboratory vacuum / inert atmosphere furnaces with graphite hot zones. These furnaces can heat a crucible or wafer to 2100C. All furnaces are plc controlled and are fully interlocked, with simple one button pump / vent operation. A choice of PID temperature controllers enables a high degree of control and programmable temperature ramping and cooling functions. Dual zone temperature control on flat wafer furnaces gives very high uniformity across the substrate.
We can offer a complete range of technical ceramic materials and components including Shapal, Macor, Alumina, Boron Nitride, Aluminium nitride and Quartz. We can also offer CVD produced ceramics such as pyrotytic boron nitride PBN and pyrolytic graphite.
Solar cell materials can be assessed by spectral and temporal fluorescence spectroscopy using the products offered by Edinburgh Instruments.
The energy received on earth by the sun in one hour is equivalent to the energy consumed by the world in a year. Photovoltaic solar cells convert this solar energy into electricity in a sustainable way compared to fossil fuels.
Solar cells can be made of semiconductors, polymers, dyes and phosphors. Organic as well as organic/inorganic approaches are currently followed.
Research is focussed on materials that absorb a wider part of the solar spectrum, while improving the electronic transport at a low cost. In addition, charge mobility and stability are challenges especially for dye-sensitised and perovskite solar cells.
The fluorescence emission, quantum yield and lifetime of nanoscale materials can be characterised with a range of Edinburgh Instruments’ products.
Nanoscale materials such as quantum dots, carbon nanotubes, nanoparticles and nanostructures exhibit strong spatial confinement upon photo-excitation and tuneable emission, which makes them extremely useful in photonic applications.
Emission at desired wavelengths has been widely demonstrated in the past, however research is currently focused on improving the quantum yield as well as the photo-stability and chemical stability for example in core/shell geometries. New materials are investigated in the zeroth dimension in dots, the second in sheets such as graphene, or the third in nanostructures, whereas applications from optoelectronic devices to medical diagnostics and quantum computing.
Lasers and LEDs
Fibre Optic Spectrometers