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Enhanced-throughput Combinatorial Material synthesis and Analysis Facility (CMAF)


Electrochemical energy storage




Electrochemical energy storage
Chemical energy storage


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Dr. Stefan Baumann

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Dr. Sven Uhlenbruck


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Enhanced-throughput Combinatorial Material synthesis and Analysis Facility (CMAF)

The PVD facility allows a 2D combinatorial materials synthesis with up to four distinct educt sources and a subsequent rapid chemical (GD-OES) and crystallographic (Raman) analysis based on autosampler technologies.

Synthesis of inorganic thin-film materials libraries with desired compositional and/or layer thickness gradients as well as chemical and structural investigation of the deposited libraries.

Services currently offered by the infrastructure: CMAF offers support in selection and preparation of sputter targets from required educt materials, library processing as well as analytics of the deposited thin-film libraries. It can be applied to inorganic (metallic, ceramic, cermet) material systems.

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