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Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State

Generalized equipment used for nanotechnology

  • A/C Hyperthermia (Dr. Bossmann)
  • Atomic force microscope (Dr. Law)
  • Automated microwave peptide synthesizer (Dr. Hua)
  • BioMate 3S spectrophotometer (NICKS)
  • Circular Dichroism Spectropolarimeter J-1500 (NICKS)
  • Computer image analysis microscope (Dr. Tamura)
  • Ellipsometer (Dr. Law)
  • Fluorescence microscope –Nikon (Dr. Hua)
  • Fluorescent miscroscope with CO2 incubator (Dr. Tamura)
  • Guava Easycyte PLUS benchtop flow cytometer with multicolor antigen detection (Dr. Troyer)
  • Imaging ellipsometer (Dr. Law)
  • Keithley source meter and manipulator (Dr. Hua)
  • Magnetic hyperthemia systems (Dr. Troyer)
  • MicroRaman (Dr. Li)
  • Microscale crystallization instrumentation (Dr. Flanders)
  • Nanoparticle and Peptide Synthesis (Dr. Bossmann)
  • Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor DepositionPECVD (Dr. Li)
  • Raman optical microscope (Dr. Flanders)
  • Reactive-ion etching –RIE (Dr. Li)
  • Single-Photon Counting (Dr. Bossmann)
  • Solar Simulator (Dr. Li)
  • Static and dynamic light scattering apparatus (Dr. Sorensen)
  • Surface plasmon resonance -Biosensing Instrument (Dr. Hua)
  • ZetaPALS(Brookhaven) dynamic light scattering appartus (Dr. Troyer)