sorry for late reply .. i was out of station for last two months..
ok.. are u working in agri uni..cbe.
i will help u to get ur sample test in my uni..
before that i want know what type of sample is yours ..
soon i will sent instrumentsation details..
I am not aware of any wotk in ASU. But not sure....
A.M. Kannan, Ph.D.
Department of Engineering Technology, TECH 156
Arizona State University
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Mesa, AZ 85212
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Blackberry: 808-392 0036 http://technology.asu.edu/node/145
In here we have only limited instruments for characterization of materials.
we have Powder XRD; ESEM with EDAX; FT-IR, Laser RAMAN; AFM; PL. These instruments are present in Dept of Physics and in DRDO Center for Life Sciences.
There is no charge for these analysis. You have to get permission from
Prof Dr. D. Mangalraj, Head, Nanoscience and technology, BU. You can go through the web for his mail ID.
hi kirupa krishnan,
For the nanoparticle characterization here SEM is available but AFM , DLS , TEM should be install latter , the right place is IITm and IIsc, JNCSAR, NCL. NCL has the all facilities...wt type of characterization do u want ?
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