The Optics Laboratory
Group of Hans Hallen, Physics Department, North Carolina State University
When films need to be spun in moist environments or with a solvent-rich environment (and we have done both), it is convenient to have a spinner that is small and easily replaceable. A hard-disk spinner meets these needs. The spin rate of a hard disk is in the range typically used to spin thin layers, and old ones are readily available. The problem is how to attach a sample. We describe several means, give background and applicability for various sample types, and share some of our experiences.
More to come once the paper comes out...
More info is in the papers.
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