ElectroEnergy

Laboratory B211-215 (cell cleaning, solutions preparation and electrochemical experiments)

Laboratory A3 106-113 (in situ and on line experiments coupled to the electrochemical cell)

Institute of Chemistry – UNICAMP

It currently occupies an area of approximately 32,000 m², covering about 2,100 m² of teaching laboratories, 7,100 m² of research laboratories, 2,000 m² of instrument rooms, 1,500 m² of workshops and warehouse and 1,320 m² for the library, in addition to classrooms, professor offices, administrative area and other facilities. The research facilities are divided into specific laboratories as illustrated bellow, being mainly utilized as multi-users equipaments (not only for the local community, but open for any institution interested in carrying out different chemical analyses). To illustrate the institute capabilities only few equipaments are shown. A detalied description can be found on the website of the Institute of Chemistry.

Laboratory of Physicochemical Analysis (LIAFQ)

ICP-OES 8300 (Perkin Elmer Optima)

DSC 910 (TA Instruments)

TGA-DTA 6200 (Seiko)

Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography (LIEM)

GC-MS 5977B (Agilent)

UPLC-MS Quattro Micro (Waters)

MALDI-TOF Autoflex (Bruker)

Laboratory of Microscopy (LIMICRO)

SEM 6360 (Jeol)

SEM Quanta FEG 250 (Jeol)

AFM Easyscan 2 (Nanosurf)

Laboratory of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (LIRMN)

NMR Avance III 400 MHz (Bruker)

NMR Avance III 500 MHz (Bruker)

NMR Avance III 600 MHz (Bruker)

Laboratory of X-Rays (LIRX)

XRD Monocrystal (Bruker)

XRF-1800 (Shimadzu)

SAXS (under installation)

Laboratory of Espectroscopy (LISPEC)

FTIR Cary 660 (Agilent)

Raman T64000 (Horiba)

UV-VIS-NIR (Agilent)

Nanotechnology National Laboratory (LNNano) – CNPEM

The Nanotechnology National Laboratory (LNNano) is part of the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), a private non-profit organization under the supervision by the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (MCTI). LNNano seeks excellence in the four areas of activity that constitute the mission of CNPEM: to act as a facility open to users from the entire scientific community; to be effective in high-end research; to promote technological innovation in the productive sector, and to disseminate knowledge through events and training. Herein is shown some equipaments used by ElectroEnergy for electrocatalyst characterization. © Copyright LNNano

Microscopy

TEM/STEM JEM-2100F (Jeol)

TEM/STEM Titan (Thermo Scientific)

Talos Arctica G2 (Thermo Scientific)

AFM MultiMode8 (Bruker)

AFM NanoIR2-s (Bruker)

Spectroscopy and Scattering

XRD D8 Advance Eco (Bruker)

Raman Confocal (Horiba)

XPS (Thermo Scientific)

Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) – CNPEM

The Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) is part of the Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), in Campinas (SP), a private non-profit organization under the supervision of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovations (MCTI). LNLS is responsible for operating Sirius, the largest and most complex scientific infrastructure ever built in Brazil and one of the most advanced synchrotron light sources in the world. This state-of-the-art laboratory allows the investigation of the composition and structure of matter in its most varied forms, opening new perspectives for research in areas such as materials science, nanotechnology, biotechnology, environmental sciences, and many others. © Copyright LNLS

Coherent X-ray Nanoprobe Beamline (CARNAÚBA)

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