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Ball Mill Training THIN FILMS

THIN FILMS

E-beam Evaporator Training

E-beam evaporator is a physical vapor deposition (PVD) technique, where an intense electron beam is emitted from a filament to strike a source material and vaporize it within a vacuum environment. The vaporized atoms condense on the substrate to form a thin film. The e-beam evaporator has the capability to deposit up to four different materials (metal and oxide) without opening the chamber. This course introduces users to the E-beam evaporator technique. Participants will gain an understanding of the system’s vacuum control, how to load and un- load samples, and how to set up the deposition parameters and recipe. PARTICIPANT PROFILE This seminar is intended for students and research professionals from KAUST who want to deposit thin films by using e-beam evaporator. PREREQUISITES • Active Badger account

The Retsch ball mill is used to grind and mix materials that are soft, medium hard to extremely hard, brittle, or fibrous. Dry and wet grinding is possible, grind- ing with solvents is permissible. The ball mill is suitable for any powder or fibrous samples, but not applicable for volatile, fuming, or degassing materials. This course introduces users to the ball mill. They will learn about ball-mill safety, operations, setup, recipes, and manual process runs. PARTICIPANT PROFILE This seminar is intended for students and research professionals from KAUST who want to use the ball-mill for material mixing and grinding. PREREQUISITES • Active Badger account

• Laboratory Safety Training • Hazardous Waste Training • Emergency Incident Preparedness Training MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS 5 DURATION 2 hours FREQUENCY Monthly

• Laboratory Safety Training • Hazardous Waste Training • Emergency Incident Preparedness Training MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS 5 DURATION 2 hours FREQUENCY Monthly

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Specialized Instrument & Method Training Catalog

Edition 1, Sept e mber 2020

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