Analytical platforms

NMR analytical platform

Using NMR permits to characterize the environment and the dynamism of spin-bearer atoms (1H, 19F, 7Li, 31P, 13C, 29Si…). Accessible information is the existence (the quantification) of present phases (amorphous or crystalline...
Michaël Deschamps (CEMHTI/Univ. Orléans)

XRD Analytical Platform

X-ray diffraction is a non-destructive method to characterize materials. This technique used by many labs makes it possible to: i) determine in about 10 minutes the purity of a sample, ii) quantify (% by weight) the several...
Jean-Noël Chotard (LRCS/UPJV)

Mössbauer platform

Scientific contributions Sn and Fe speciation: identification of species containing tin or iron (transmission and/or diffusion mode) in their chemical environment, quantitative evaluation of their proportions, access to the...
Moulay Tahar Sougrati

Security platform

Scientific contributions Analysis and characterization of electrolyte compounds and their degradation. Analysis of gases and volatile compounds formed. Characterization of compounds formed at the electrode/electrolyte...
Grégory Gachot (LRCS)

X-ray and electronic microscopy platform

Transmission electron microscopy ((S)TEM) and the associated analytic techniques (EDX, SAED, EELS, High-Resolution TEM/STEM, EFTEM, HAADF, ABF) have taken a new boom with the development of specific TEM object-holders...
Arnaud Demortière, CR1 CNRS (LRCS)

XPS analytical platform

The XPS probes the energetic repartition of electrons in a material (core and valence level), on its surface (analysis depth about 5 nm). This technique is used to determine the elementary chemical composition of the surface...
Rémi Dedryvère (Prof. at IPREM/Univ. PAU)