FOM Name: Ellipsometer AutoEL NIR 3
Model: Rudolph AutoEL 3
Contact: Anna Kiyanova (firstname.lastname@example.org, 608-263-1735)
Location: B46 Engineering Hall
Rudolph AutoElII-VIS-3 is an automatic-nulling three wavelengths ellipsometer which measures changes in the state of polarization of a light beam reflected from sample surfaces. Two ellipsometric parameters – angles ? and ? – can be used to calculate the optical constants of bare surfaces, and the thickness and refractive index of thin films on those surfaces.
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- Wavelengths: 405 nm (blue), 546.1 nm (green), 632.8 nm (red)
- Resolution and accuracy: 0.1° (?), 0.05° (?), 0.3-1 nm (thickness) & 0.01 (refractive index) for typical silicon oxide on silicon samples.
- Angle of incidence: 70° (standard pin located), 60°, 80°, and 90° (additional pin located)
- Max sample size: 6″ x 6″ (15 cm x 15 cm)
- Sample plane: horizontal
- Sample stage adjustments: height, tilt
- Typical time for 1 measurement at one wavelength: 40 s
- Spot size on sample: 1.6 mm x 4.7 mm (for 70°)