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SPECS leads the way in state-of-the-art technology, cutting-edge components, compact and individually designed systems for surface analysis. SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH headquarters are situated in the center of Germany’s capital Berlin with the subsidiaries SPECS Zurich GmbH , based in Zurich, Switzerland, SPECS Surface Nano Analysis Inc. in Mansfield, MA, USA and Beijing SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH Technology Co. Ltd. in Beijing, China.

SPECS’ scientists and engineers are embedded in a global team of more than 150 employees designing, producing, selling and maintaining instruments for surface science, material science and nanotechnology. SPECS offers more than 30 years of experience in state-of-the-art instrumentation for your research.  


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   Enviro Cuttlefish   XPS surface analysis of cuttlefish bone samples with EnviroESCA

Biological mineral samples from a cuttlefish (sepia) were studied using EnviroESCA. The results of surface chemical analysis of the native and ion implantation treated samples are presented. Neutralization of the insulating biomaterial is accomplished by Environmental Charge Compensation enabling X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) on tissue samples.

 
  Prodigy Software
  Native Integration for PHOIBOS 150 SAL

SpecsLab Prodigy 4.36 with New Features
+ Native PHOIBOS 150 SAL Control (Manage)
+ Control the new FG-500A Power Supply for the FG22
+ Support for Multiple PCO Pixelfly Cameras
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  EnviroESCA: Sample of the Week-Human Teeth
 

XPS surface analysis of human tooth samples with EnviroESCA

Human teeth from an adult and a baby were studied using EnviroESCA. The results of surface chemical analysis of the as-received human tissues samples are presented. Neutralization of the insulating bio-material is accomplished by Environmental Charge Compensation enabling X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) on tissues as tooth or bone.





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   Conferences
 
SIMDALEE2017
18.09. - 22.09.2017
Sardinia, Italy
High-Pressure XPS of Energy Materials 2
20.09.2017
Nottingham, UK 
ECASIA         
24.09. - 29.09.2017          
Montpellier, France

NSS-9
25.09. - 28.09.2017
Gyeongju, Korea

ECASIA     
24.09. - 29.09.2017          
Montpellier, France
X International Conference on Surface Materials and Vaccum
25.09. - 29.09.2017
Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 

   Publications
 
CO adsorption on Pd(100) studied by multimodal ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron and infrared reflection absorption spectroscopies > Publication
 
Chemical Disorder in Topological Insulators: A Route to Magnetism Tolerant Topological Surface States > Publication
 
Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena > Publication
 
Mapping the electrostatic force field of single molecules from high-resolution scanning probe images > Publication
 
From helical to planar chirality by on-surface chemistry > Publication
 


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