HPSynC Builds Gas Loading and Portable Raman Systems at APS

A remotely controlled gas loading system has been built and tested at the HPSynC sample preparation laboratory at the Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory. It is available for loading hydrogen, helium or neon (other gases are possible by special arrangement). The gear boxes are made for symmetrical and panoramic cells. In addition, a portable Raman system was built in February 2012, with the help of EFree partner Alexander Goncharov (Carnegie). The system has been used at various beamlines for in-situ Raman study. It is located at HPSynC laser laboratory.
Photos: The new gas loading system (left) and the portable Raman system (right) at HPSync.