RMIT Microscopy & Microanalysis Facility

RMIT University

Contact

Mr. Philip Francis

(03) 9925 2609


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Overview

Provides high quality electron microscopy and microanalysis facilities for research and teaching throughout RMIT University and provides access for external users. The Microscopy & Microanalysis Facility is a linked laboratory of the  Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF). The facility provides SEM, TEM, STEM, XPS, Cryo SEM, EDS/EDX, EELS and DLS.

Other Infrastructure:

  • Extensive sample preparation facilities for materials & biological specimens

Access by:

  • Research collaboration.
  • Fee for service.

Details

Benefits

Know how:

  • Imaging, micro-analysis, particle sizing of aqueous suspensions
  • Materials & Biological imaging and micro-analysis

Expertise:Availability of technical support:

  • Training is provided to users
  • Support for experimental design available

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Access
People

Mr. Philip Francis

Mr. Philip Francis

General Manager at RMIT University, .

P: (03) 9925 2609 | Email |

Instruments

FEI Nova NanoSEM, AZtec EDS, Lithography, Pt deposition

FEG source Scanning Electron Microscope used for Ultra high resolution imaging of surfaces, elemental analysis, e-beam lithography, Pt deposition on nm scale.

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FEI Quanta 200, AZtec EDS, Gatan Alto Cryo, High vacuum, Low vacuum & ESEM modes

Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope used for Imaging of almost anything.

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FEI Verios XHR FEG SEM

SEM used for Extreme high resolution imaging of light element samples eg Carbon nanotubes.

Facility: Mr. Philip Francis | (03) 9925 2609

Jeol 1010 TEM with Bruker SDD EDS and CCD camera

Transmission Electron Microscope used for Imaging and structural and elemental composition analysis.

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Jeol 2010 TEM with Link Si(Li) X-ray detector, Gatan Image Filter (2001), CCD camera

Transmission Electron Microscope used for High resolution imaging and analysis.

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Jeol 2100F TEM/STEM with SDD X-ray detector, Gatan Image Filter (2010), CCD camera

FEG Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope used for Imaging and analysis up to atomic resolution.

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Philips XL30 SEM, Aztec EDS, EBSD

Scanning Electron Microscope used for Imaging and elemental analysis and crystallinity.

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Thermo K-alpha XPS

X-ray Photo-electron Spectrometer used for Chemical analysis of surfaces of UHV compatible samples.

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Location

RMIT Microscopy & Microanalysis Facility

RMIT University, Melbourne Campus. Bldg. 14, Level 7, Cnr Franklin & Swanston St, Melbourne, ACT, Australia.

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Categories


Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science, Engineering Science, Food Science, Materials Science, Nano Science, Physical Science
Precinct: Central
Affiliations: Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF), RMIT University, VMN

Biological Science categories: AFM, Electron, Microscopy

Tags: AFM, CRYO SEM, DLS, EDS, EDX, ESEM, SEM, TEM, XPS