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Material Characterisation
Low Dimensional Physics

Low dimensional physics involves the study of systems in which at least one of the three dimensions is intermediate between those characteristics of atoms/molecules and those of the bulk material, generally in the range from 1 nm to 100 nm. Examples of low dimensional systems are 2-dimensional electron gases, nanowires, nanotubes and quantum dots, etc. These systems have very interesting electronic (conductivity, superconductivity, magnetism) and optical properties and we can supply tools to help you study these properties at low temperatures and/or in a magnetic field. 

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