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Reflectometry

Reflectometry is a measurement technique that utilizes the changes in light reflected from an object to determine geometric and material propertiesof that object. Reflectance spectrometers measure the intensity of the reflected light across a range of wavelengths. For dielectric films these intensity variations are typically used to detemine the thickness of the film.

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Nanospec 210XP
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SNF Exfab Paul G Allen 104 Stinson

The Nanometrics Nanospec 210XP system uses non-contact, spectro-reflectometry (measurement of the intensity of reflective light as a function of incident wavelength) to determine the thickness of transparent films (up to...Read more

Nanospec Training
Nanospec 3
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SNF Cleanroom Paul G Allen L107

The Nanometrics Nanospec system uses non-contact, spectro-reflectometry (measurement of the intensity of reflective light as a function of incident wavelength) to determine the thickness of transparent films (up to two)...Read more

Nanospec 3 Training
Reflectance Spectrometer Filmetrics F40
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SNF Cleanroom Paul G Allen L107 Reflectance Spectrometer Filmetrics F40 Training