Our group has two laboratories – a synthetic laboratory, and a device fabrication and characterisation laboratory.
Our synthetic laboratory equipped with typical equipment for organic synthesis, such as Schlenk line in every fumehood with central nitrogen supply, a glovebox under nitrogen, and other basic laboratory equipment like hotplates, vacumm pumps, balance, refrigerator, rotary evaporators, and ovens.
Beside these typical equipment, our lab also has some advanced equipment. In the lab we have two microwave reactor by CEM Discover, and a High Temperature Gel Permeation Chromatograph with RI detector by Agilent.
High Temperature Gel Permeation Chromatograph – Agilent
Microwave Reactor – CEM Discover
Device Fabrication and Characterisation Laboratory
Our device fabrication and characterisation laboratory has two glovebox under anhydrous nitrogen and three glovebox under anhydrous air equipped with hotplates and spincoater, UV-Ozone cleaner (Novascan, PSD Series digital UV ozone system) for device fabrication. Each nitrogen glovebox also equipped with Vacuum Deposition Chamber with a Turbomolecular Pump (Adixen Alcatel ATP400) for metal and inorganic electrode materials deposition.
Turbomolecular Pump for high vacumm
For Device characterisation, our laboratory has standard equipment for J – V measurement (Keithley 2400) with Solar Simulator (Newport Oriel model 94021A), and External Quantum Efficiency (Enlitech QE-S EQE system equipped with a standard Si diode ).
Solar Simulator with J – V measuring instrument
The Chemistry Department and the University also provide other standard material characterisation instruments such as UV-Vis Spectrometer, FT-IR Spectrometer, NMR Spectrometer, Mass Spectrometer, Photoluminescence Spectrometer, Atomic Force Microscope, Transmission Electron Microscope etc.