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23 February 2016

Riber wins order for fully automated research MBE system from University of Chicago

Riber S.A. of Bezons, France, which manufactures molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) systems as well as evaporation sources and effusion cells, says that on 17 February it received an order from the University of Chicago for a fully automated new-generation Compact 21 research MBE system (with enhanced cell and equipment capabilities, including electron-gun), for delivery by the end of 2016.

The system will be placed at the Argonne Research Laboratories in Lemont, IL, as part of a joint research project on new oxides and oxychalcogenide materials deposition between Argonne and the University of Chicago.

Argonne is a National Laboratory funded by the US Department of Energy's (DoE) Office of Science, whose main fields of research are in photovoltaics and energy storage applications. The focus of the group concerns new energy-conversion and power-efficient energy technologies.

The Compact 21 Cluster is claimed to be one of the best-performing thin-film deposition research systems on the market. Riber says that it was chosen for its high level of flexibility, its reliability, and its ability to be run remotely (enabling it to be shared with research groups worldwide).

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