Take a tour of the Han Lab and activities.
Feel free to take a tour of the Han laboratory and get a close look at our facilities and instruments. There is also an option to browse some of the group activities of the Han lab.
Following is a list of representative instrumentation available in the Han lab:
- Solution and solid state 300 MHz NMR spectrometer (Bruker Avance)
- CW and pulsed DNP and EPR spectrometer at 200 GHz (home-built)
- Overhauser dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) spectrometer at 10 GHz (home-built)
- Overhauser DNP setup in the MRL Spectroscopy Facility
- CW electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and ENDOR spectrometer at 10 GHz (Bruker EMX)
- Pulsed EPR spectrometer and ELDOR / DEER capability at 10 GHz (Bruker Elexsys E580)
- Pulsed EPR with arbitrary wave form generation and pulse-shaping capability at 10 GHz (home-built)
- CW EPR spectrometer at 35 GHz (Bruker EMX)
Also, a cw and pulsed 240 GHz EPR spectrometer is located in the lab of Mark Sherwin (Physics, UCSB). The state of the art, 240 GHz, EPR spectrometer is dual mode, one powered by a low power (~50 mW), solid state, source, and the other by a high power (>300 W), UCSB Free Electron Laser, source. Han is a co developer, collaborating with Sherwin, and have access to these instruments.