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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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attocube systems AG and SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH announce a collaboration in the field of quantum transport measurements at low temperatures

Many magneto-transport measurements are conducted at variable temperatures and in high magnetic fields; often requiring an arbitrary orientation of the sample in the external field. So far, such measurements have proven to be somewhat cumbersome: (read more)


 
  Investigation of a Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP) with EnviroESCA

 

Investigation of a Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP) with EnviroESCA

Here we present the near ambient pressure characterization of the surface of a superabsorbent polymer (SAP) as an example of functional material analysis under application relevant conditions. (read more)


 
  Sample of the Week Italian Hard Cheese
 

Sample of the Week - Italian Hard Cheese

Here we present the near ambient pressure surface analysis of the surface of an italian hard cheese as an example for specimens that can not be analyzed in classical ultra high vacuum XPS systems. EnviroESCA is able to work in such high pressures that XPS surface analysis is evenpossible on wet or fatty samples. (read more)


 



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   Conferences
 
Symposium on Surface Science 2017 (3S'17)         
05.03. - 11.03.2017          
St.Moritz, Switzerland
NCCC    
06.03. - 08.03.2017          
Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands
Nanospain 2017
07.03. - 10.03.2017
San Sebastian, Spain 
DPG          
19.03. - 24.03.2017          
Dresden, Germany 
Forum Sondes Locales
20.03. - 24.03.2017       
Montpellier, France
SurfCoat Korea 2017
29.03. - 31.03.2017       
Incheon, Korea
ISSC-21
10.04. - 13.04.2017
Manchester, UK

   Publications
 
A new setup for localized implantation and live-characterization of keV energy multiply charged ions at the nanoscale > Publication
 
Efficient n-type doping in epitaxial graphene through strong lateral
orbital hybridization of Ti adsorbate > Publication
 
The Origin of the Catalytic Activity of a Metal Hydride in CO2 Reduction > Publication
 
Time-resolved photoemission study of the electronic structure and dynamics of chemisorbed alkali atoms on Ru(0001) > Publication
 
Multiphoton Photoemission Microscopy of High-Order Plasmonic Resonances at the Ag/Vacuum and Ag/Si Interfaces of Epitaxial Silver Nanowires > Publication
 


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