Malott Hall

The Cindy Berrie Research Group labs and offices are in Malott Hall on the University of Kansas Lawrence Campus. The equipment listed below is located in our labs in rooms B034 and B036 Malott.

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ABM Mask Atomic Force Microscopes: We have two of these microscopes which allow us to look at the conformation, orientation, and proteins on a surface. They also allow us to do some nanoscale restructuring of surfaces.
ellipsometer Ellipsometer: The ellipsometer is used to characterize the organic films we make to study films that are on the order of a few angstroms to a few molecular layers thick.


scanning tunneling microscope Scanning Tunneling Microscope
vacuum evaporator Vacuum Evaporator: We use this to evaporate and deposit smooth, uniform metal surfaces.
infrared spectrometer Infrared Spectrometer


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