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Research Facilities

RIT Research Laboratories, Equipment, and Services

Image Permanence Institute

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research

Capabilities

The facilities of the IPI allow for the following:

• Environmental Management Products, including:

- A-D (Acid Detection) Strips for film collections

- Preservation Environment Monitors (PEM® and PEM2 dataloggers) and accessories, Climate Notebook® software, and PEMdata online data management and analysis

- Dew Point Calculator

Imaging Systems Lab

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research

Capabilities and Equipment

• Durst Lambda 76 PLUS printer

Capable of producing extremely high quality output on silver halide photographic print materials and generating a maximum print size of 32″ wide by 100 feet long

• Kreonite and JOBO “dip and dunk” equipment

Capable of C-41 (color negative) and E-6 (color positive) processing

RIT Magnetic Resonance Laboratory

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research

Capabilities

The laboratory offers a variety of services, including consulting, feasibility study, system design & development, sponsored project, basic research, needs assessment, and educational services. The laboratory has the ability to measure the following:

• Diffusion Coefficients

• Imaging

• MRI and NMR Radio Frequency Coil Tuning

NanoImaging Laboratory

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research

Equipment

The lab houses the following equipment, listed by type, with specifications:

Basic Electron Microscopy:

• JEOL 6400V scanning electron microscope with a 200 kV LaB6 electron gun and energy dispersive X-ray analysis for elemental microanalysis

• JEOL 100CX II 100 kV transmission electron microscope

• TV cameras to aid focusing and provide in situ TEM capabilities

NanoPower Research Laboratory

Oct 6th, 2011 -- research

Capabilities

The NPRL has facilities that allow for research in a variety of sustainable power techniques, including:

• Carbon nanotubes for high-density storage in lithium ion batteries

• Semiconductor quantum dots for high-efficiency solar cells

• Organic/polymer photovoltaics

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