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NanoteQ 
The Organic Technologies Lab 

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Wake Forest has a long history in organic device technologies. Together with the tools in the cleanroom this lab supports ongoing efforts broadly, allowing for the construction of a wide variety of organic devices in specialized environments.

The organics lab - hosts two, double glove boxes where organics and metal contacts can be evaporated, spin-cast, draw-bladed, or otherwise deposited in an inert atmosphere. Sealing/packaging capabilities are also available. This facility has electronics printers, fiber-draw, and airbrushing equipment as well. The lab space is ISO 7 with dedicated air handlers and fume hoods.

Multiple glass cutting setups for manipulation of glass/ITO/FTO etc.

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Multiple draw blade setups for thin films. These automated systems give access to intermediate thickness' in polymer films

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SCS P6700 programmable spinner

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Chemat mini spinner for use in glove box

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2 X double gloveboxes with evaporator mounted inside plus spinners, hotplates, scales etc.

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Spray deposition system using airbrushes.

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Chemat draw tower for fiber coatings

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Probe and bath ultrasonic stations for mixing

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FUJI DIMATIX electronics printer with pL heads.

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Organics dedicated thermal evaporator

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Assortment of scales/balances, ovens for processing, UV sources for adding sealants, glassware, mixers and stirrers. A full chemistry synthesis lab with flash chromatography, schlink line, TGA, UV-Vis is also available.

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