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INFRASTRUCTURES

 

C2TN is located at the Campus Tecnológico e Nuclear (CTN).

C2TN researchers can access a long list of own research facilities and equipment.

In addition C2TN researchers can easily access other in Campus facilities, which are managed by Technologic Development Laboratories. Some of these facilities are unique in the Country.

 

 

C2TN own infrastructures

OPERATED BY RS

 

  OPERATED BY GRS

1 400

Chemical Synthesis Laboratories

3 400

Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis Laboratory

7 400Synthesis of radiocompounds laboratory

 

 

Laboratories for Biological Evaluation of Radioactive Compounds

11 400

Animal Studies Laboratory

15 400

Cell Studies Laboratories

18b 400

Biochemical Studies Laboratory

OPERATED BY NET

 

  OPERATED BY GETN

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INAA

Instrumental Neutron Activation Laboratories -  comparative method

 


 

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OPERATED BY QEf

 

  OPERATED BY QEf

Act1

Actinide Laboratory

fticr

FTICR Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

catCatalysis Laboratory

 

 

National Network

of Mass Spectrometry

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IST Node

C2TN

OPERATED BY ES

 

  OPERATED BY GES

mms3

Molecular Materials Synthesis Laboratory

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High Temperature Synthesis and Crystal Growth Laboratory

x rayX-Ray Diffraction Structural Analysis Laboratory

 

 

LTHMFL - Low Temperature and High Magnetic Field Laboratory
             

This laboratory is a scientific infrastructure comprising different facilities dedicated to materials characterization and solid state physics studies under extreme conditions of low temperature (down to 0.3 K) and high magnetic fields (up to 18 T), with emphasis on the electrical transport, magnetic and thermal properties. Since 2013 LTHMFL belongs to the Mapping of the European Research Infrastructure Landscape, MERIL, Database; ROTEIRO/0068/2013*

The use of the instruments belonging to the laboratories listed below is open to external users upon application (contact: Prof. Manuel de Almeida) or on a scientific collaborative basis. Some simple measurements can be also provided as a service. In the absence of a national funding programme the external users are expected to cover liquid helium consumption and other operational costs.
*http://portal.meril.eu/converis-esf/publicwecb/research_infrastructure/1984

Map of the Cryogenic Techniques Building


Laboratories included in the LTHMFL

 

etp

LTHMFL - Electrical Transport Properties Laboratory

hmf1

LTHMFL - High Magnetic Fields Laboratory

moss2

LTHMFL - Mössbauer Spectroscopy Facility

maglab

LTHMFL - Multipurpose Magnetic and Specific Heat Characterization Facility

squid2

LTHMFL - SQUID Magnetometer Facility

faraday

LTHMFL - Faraday Balance Laboratory

helio

LTHMFL - Helium Liquefier