Platform consists of seven interconnected ultrahigh vacuum (UHV) modules which are equipped by:
1. Photoelectron spectrometer for studying of chemical composition of nanoparticles on a surface of solids, including:

- UHV chamber with hemispherical energy analyzer VG Scienta R4000 with microchannel detector, 5-axis motorized manipulator with possibility of cooling by liquid nitrogen, narrow-band high-intensity ultraviolet light source VUV 5k with monochromator and retractable capillary, X-ray radiation source with dual anode Al/Mg wih power 350/500 W;

- flood gun for surface charge removal with electron energy of 2-500 eV and current up to 100 µA; 

- low energy electron source up to 300 eV with energy resolution +/- 0.1 eV and beam current up to 100 µA (methods of inverse photoemission and LEED);

- high energy raster electron source up to 10 keV with focusing up to 0.5 mkm and scintillation detector (methods of scanning electron microscopy and Auger-spectroscopy); 

- raster ion source with energies 0.15-5 keV.

 nanolab 1

Research modular platform Nanolab consists of several interconnected ultrahigh vacuum modules, including:

Spectrometer ESCALAB 250Xi is considered as the modern complex of electron spectroscopic equipment that can solve most of the modern diagnostic-type tasks of the synthesized organic and inorganic materials.

The spectrometer is based on a hemispherical energy analyzer with a double focusing and with energy range 0-5000 eV and includes monochromatic microfocus X-ray source of the latest generation, the ion profiling system, system of high-precision imaging of sample, manipulator with five degrees of freedom and chambers for loading and preliminary preparing of samples.