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    Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FE-SEM)

    Visualization of surface morphology, Estimation of particle size and size distribution, basic elemental analysis

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    Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP-MS)

    Heavy metal detection in various samples, detection of metals in the blood, etc.

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    Matrix Associated LASER desorption Ionization- Time of Flight (MALDI-TOF)

    Proteomics research, Bio-marker discovery

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    Liquid Chromatography-Mass spectrometer (LC-MS)

    Molecular weight information about each chromatographic peak

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    Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)

    Topographic imaging, Phase modulation, Magnetic domain, Tunnelling current

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    Single Crystal X-Ray Diffractometer (SCXRD)

    Evaluation of crystal structure of compounds

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    X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD)

    Crystallinity, crystal structure, and percent phase composition

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    Multipurpose XRD

    Powder XRD, Thin Film XRD with variable tempreture (1100°C) small angle xray scattering

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    Transmission Electron Microscope (Model: Themis 300 G3)

    Capable of Diffraction, Phase and Z contrast Imaging for structure determination down to atomic length scale and is equipped with EDS defectors for elemental analysis.

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    Nuclean Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

    Structural elucidation of compounds

Central Instrumentation Facility

The Central Instrumentation Facility (CIF) has been created with a concept of providing characterization services to the researchers within and outside IIT Gandhinagar. The CIF has a complement of state of the art instruments. It has been founded with an objective of providing a central facility of latest and advanced analytical Instruments for research in interdisciplinary sciences. It caters to the interdisciplinary applications in research to all those are deprived of such facilities including academic research institutes, universities, and industries.




Click on any instrument link below to find out more.