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Research & Services | Crystal Physics Laboratory

Roth Michael, HUJI, Faculty of Science, Applied Physics Department

Categories

Crystal physics, crystal growth, high-temperature superconductors, nonlinear optical crystals, electro-optic crystals, relaxor ferroelectrics

 

Objective/function

  • The laboratory is active in the field of crystal growth and characterization of electro-optic, nonlinear optical, ferroelectric and high-temperature superconducting materials

Research provided

  • Crystal growth of oxides from melt and high-temperature solutions
  • High-temperature sintering of materials
  • Fabrication of superconducting wires and tapes
  • Electrical and optical characterization of crystals and devices (spectrophotometry, polarized optics, dielectric, acoustic emission, dilatometric and low-temperature resistivity measurements)

Advantages

  • The laboratory focuses on the structure-property relationships of single crystals and polycrystalline materials versus their main processing parameters

Client record

  • Raicol Crystals, Ltd - Crystal growth of nonlinear optical KTP crystals
  • Synergy, Ltd - Preparation of sintered high-temperature superconducting materials

Available equipment

  • Acoustic emission and dilatometric measurements systems (high-temperature furnaces and low-temperature cryostat)
  • High-temperature electrical furnaces
  • Mechanical equipment for metal wire and tape pulling and rolling
  • Optical microscope
  • RF generator
  • UV-VIS spectrophotometer

Staff

  • Vladimir Beilin, PhD
  • Evgeny Dul'kin, PhD
  • Evgeny Mojaev, PhD

Contact

Contact for more information:

Itzik Goldwaser
VP, Head of Research Collaborations
+972-2-6586685
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