Covering electron diffraction, photoemission, and alternative techniques, they look at reflection high-energy electron diffraction, inelastic scattering, ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, in situ spectroscopic ellipsometry, ion-beam surface characterization of thin multicomponent films, spectroscopies combined with reflection high-energy electron diffraction, deposition vapor monitoring, and real-time studies of epitaxial film growth using surface X-ray diffraction.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Spectroscopic Ellipsometry
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2) Ultra high-speed measurements This product can achieve ultra-high-speed measurements (maximum speed of 20ms/point) with the snapshot measurement by using spectroscopic ellipsometry with two high-order retarders which was impossible for the previous spectroscopic ellipsometer.
Using the extremely bright X-rays generated by the Diamond synchrotron and combining this with the spectroscopic ellipsometry at the University of Sheffield, the team has been able to unravel new information.
UV irradiated polymers were characterized with in situ and ex situ spectroscopic ellipsometry (SE).
2) Ultrahigh-speed measurements This product can achieve ultra-high-speed measurements (maximum speed of 20ms/point) with the snapshot measurement by using spectroscopic ellipsometry with two high-order retarders which was impossible for the previous spectroscopic ellipsometer.
NIST researchers have recently derived a unique Generalized Tauz-Lorentz (GTL) dispersion model that can successfully model spectroscopic ellipsometry data for high-k thin films in the spectral range of 1.