(above) The Organic Molecular Beam Deposition (OMBD) system grows organic films in a finely controlled, MBE-like environment. It contains transfer chambers that allow a substrate to be shuttled between deposition chambers without leaving ultra-high vacuum. The substrates can then be anaylysed in an attached surface science chamber
(above) The rear of the OMBD 2 chamber, for organics deposition.
(above) A sputtering chamber attached to the OMBD system.
The OMBD metals evaporation chamber has an in situ masking system for deposition of patterned metal cathodes over organic thin films.