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DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS

Radiocommunications Laboratory

Areas

The areas of accommodation of the Department are: G laboratory of physics, 4th floor (west) and 1st floor (centre), laboratory of applied physics, 4th floor (East), laboratory of physics of the environment, 2nd floor (East) and room (west).

 
" Laboratory of Magnetic Characterization

Equipment

  • Automatic monocrystal diffractometer Philips I SAY 1100.
  • Automatic monocrystal dust diffractometer Philips PW.
  • Adjustable magnet Varian 12 in.
  • Balzers apparatus for fusion of metals in a vacuum.
  • Metalographic microscope Reschert.
  • Programmable high temperature ovens.
  • Smoothing apparatus.
  • Low temperature apparatus (liquid nitrogen) for the monocrystal diffractometer.
  • VARIAN 12 electromagnet and vibrating sample magnetometer.
  • Induction kiln Baltzers.
  • Device for growth of monocrystals (Leybold - Heraeus).
  • Spectophotometer Brewe Mark-II with motor and microprocessor.
  • Gas analyser.
  • Raymeter, sun ray meters, ultraviolet photometer.
  • Meteorological instruments.
  • Ultraviolet sectrophotometer Brewer MKII for measurement of the total ozone column and sulphur dioxide, as well as UV-B of - solar radiation.
  • Visible Canterbury filter photometer for measurement of the total column and the stratospheric nitrogen dioxide.
  • Analyser of nitrogen oxides (NO/NOx).
  • Analyser of sulphur dioxide (SO2).
  • Analyser of ozone (Ο3).
  • Anemograph system (speed-direction of wind).
  • Sun photometer for measurement of atmospheric haze.
  • Raymeter for ultraviolet solar radiation.
  • Pyranometer for whole spectrum solar radiation.



Research Activity
Technology of atmospheric measurements
Atmospheric Remote Sensing with Laser
Development and Study of Thick Films
Dynamics of Non-Linear Circuits and Systems
Magnetic materials: Growth and Study of physical properties
Crystallography
Atmospheric Environment and Regional Climate
Environmental Physics
Atmospheric Physics
Telecommunications
RadioCommunications
Biomedical Technology