The Cryoview enables measurements of low temperature electrical, optical, magnetic, and thermal properties of materials fully integrated with near-field and far-field optics, Raman, and fluorescence spectroscopies. It opens new avenues for multiprobe measurements including transport properties of materials at temperatures as low as 10K. The CryoView is an award-winning, must-have tool especially suited to probe 2D materials such as graphene, MoS2, BN, TaS2, NBSe2, WS2, HfO2, metamaterials, and metasurfaces as well as other functional material materials such as Si, carbon nanotubes, III-V semiconductors, and quantum dots.
Many of these materials with their associated properties require a wide variety of physical phenomena that must be applied for a full functional understanding. Examples include: nanometric photoconductivity and other optically related properties, nano electrical characteristics (electronic mobility, charge carriers, etc.), thermal properties, and quantum Hall effect. All these phenomena can be investigated using apertured and scattering modes of NSOM and sSNOM and/or Kelvin probe, which are often coupled with Raman chemical characterization and other optical spectroscopies such as photoluminescence
- Complete Optical Integration with NSOM or Raman at low temp
- Low Temperature Transport Studies
- Low Temperature and High Vacuum
- MultiProbe Capability
- Integrated Magnet Modulation (Optional)