About us

Our company, founded in March 2006, provides tools for analysis, thin film deposition, measurement and control applications from market-leading suppliers. We focus on research, development and process control in the materials science, energy research and semiconductor markets. We have a significant breadth of product offering, including the World market leading thin film metrology company k-Space Associates, Inc. and our 15+ year relationship has included 9 Distributor of the Year awards.

Products and services

k-Space Associates, Inc.

In-situ thin film metrology

European sales partner.

Staib Instruments GmbH

Products for RHEED and surface analysis

UK & Ireland sales partner.

Thought for the month

"There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen" Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. 1870 – 1924


RTA Instruments Ltd
Back Lane,
Monks Eleigh
United Kingdom

E: sales at rta-instruments.com

Friday 3 December 2010

Webinar - Complete Chemical Characterization and Failure Analysis of New Energy Materials using XPS and EDS

In order to meet the challenges of more economical and environmentally benign energy production, a new generation of complex materials and devices are being developed, such as thin film solar cells, fuel cells and batteries. In all stages of development, there is a requirement for materials characterization and analysis.

Recent developments in spectrometer hardware and software design have made the unique capabilities of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) more accessible to scientists and engineers.

In this webinar, our colleagues Dr Tim Nunney and Dr Nick Bulloss from Thermo Fisher Scientific together with Dr Harry Meyer, a Researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratories, describe with examples, how EDS and XPS can be used to both characterize and perform failure analysis on modern energy materials.

Please click on this hyperlink to register and find out more about this Webinar:

The Webinar is scheduled for Monday 6th December at 14:00 Greenwich MeanTime (15:00 Central European Time, 09:00 Eastern Standard Time).

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