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Micro / Nano Characterization Center (CMNC)

The Center for Micro / Nano Characterization (CMNC) is a component of the ARCEN technical platform. The CMNC is also backed by the Material Sciences & Technologies Research Federation (FR SMT 2604) which is a federative research center under the supervision of the University of Burgundy, CNRS, CEA and the Arts & ParisTech businesses.

All CMNC equipment is also integrated into the ARCEN platform, which is a structure dedicated to the management of heavy and / or medium-heavy equipment in the field of characterization and manufacturing, pooled at the service of users.

The CMNC thus provides technical support to the scientific community and to industry, by providing them with high-performance equipment. The instruments managed by the CMNC are divided into the following 5 services.

Alexandre BOUHELIER
Rémi CHASSAGNON

Contact

alexandre.bouhelier[at]u-bourgogne.fr
Phone : +33 (0)3 80 39 60 22
remi.chassagnon[at]u-bourgogne.fr
Phone : +33 (0)3 80 39 55 08

Characterization of densified and divided materials

The Characterization Center for Densified and Divided Materials (C2MD2) belongs to the Technical Analysis – Instrumentation Department of the Carnot Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Burgundy.

Backed by the M3 “Mathematics of Materials and Materials" research federation of the University of Burgundy, this pole provides technical support to the scientific community and to industry, by providing them with high-performance equipment (laser granulometer, sorptometer, mercury porosimeter and gas pycnometer) allowing the analysis of materials concerning many fields: ceramics, cements, medicine, pharmacy…

The users (research federation, ICB laboratory, Dijon faculty of pharmacy and external universities, private or industrial laboratories) have research themes in cutting-edge sectors such as health, nanomaterials, cements, gas separation and materials for energy and the environment. The proper functioning of this service, which brings together the techniques for characterizing divided and densified matter, is essential for carrying out their studies and for the development of their research work.

Available equipment:

  • Saturn Digiziser II
  • Sorptometer TriStar 3020 + BELSORP MINI
  • AUTOPORE II mercury intrusion porosimeter
  • Gas Pycnometer ULTRAPYCNOMETER 1000 + AccuPyc II 1340

X-ray diffraction

This service operates the X-ray diffraction facilities. It provides technical support to the scientific community of the ICB laboratory, to other university laboratories, to the CEA and also to industry. Within this service, Sayens, the technology transfer center of the University of Burgundy, provides services to the private sector.

The themes addressed require carrying out phase identifications, microstructural analyzes with determination of crystallite size and measurement of mesh parameters, determinations of residual stresses as well as Rietveld refinements and phase quantifications.

The diffraction center has Imad, EVA, DDwiev, FindIt, Paratt32 and Topas software for these analyzes. The interpretations of the texture measurements are made using Labotex or Texeval.

Available equipment:

  • Bruker D8 Advance
  • Bruker D8 Discover
  • Inel CPS 210 Cu
  • Inel CPS 210 Co

Scanning electron microscopy

The scanning electron microscopy pole belongs to the Technical Analysis – Instrumentation Department of the Carnot Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Burgundy.

Backed by the M3 research federation “Mathematics – Matter – Materials" of the University of Burgundy and the ARCEN technical platform, this pole provides technical support to the scientific community and to manufacturers by providing them with high-performance equipment. The two field effect scanning electron microscopes (SEM) associated with the chemical and crystallographic analysis systems allow to go further in research in chemistry, physics, archeology, medicine, pharmacy and in many other sectors of activities.

Available equipment:

  • MEB JEOL JSM 7600F
  • MEB Hitachi SU8230

Transmission electron microscopy

The primary mission of the MET service is to manage and guarantee the operation of transmission electron microscopes, the ICB laboratory and the FR, as well as associated analysis means (X-ray spectroscopy, EDX, and loss of loss spectroscopy). energy of electrons, EELS) as well as sample preparation instruments. The extension of this mission is to offer support for basic research and applied research activities.

The MET service therefore makes available to the teams of the ICB laboratory, but also to the entire scientific community of other public or private research centers and to Sayens, its technical means and its skills for carrying out characterizations and research. These offers are made either by carrying out experiments by the service’s own staff, or by support after prior training provided by the service.

Available equipment:

  • MET JEOL JEM 2100F
  • MET JEOL JEM 2100

Surface analysis

Backed by the M3 research federation “Mathematics in Materials and Materials" of the University of Burgundy, this pole provides technical support to the scientific community and to manufacturers, by providing them with high-performance equipment.

The available analysis techniques (XPS, AES, SIMS) meet all the needs in the area of surface analysis (metallurgy, corrosion, adsorbents, films with optical or electronic properties for example).

Available equipment:

  • XPS-Auger PHI 5000 Versaprobe
  • SIMS Cameca-Riber MIQ 256
  • XPS-Auger Versaprobe + oven
  • Dektak 6M profilometer (Veeco)
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