Yale Engineering Match Game
- This item is used to characterize the properties of transistors, diodes, and other semiconductor devices.
- Known as the “MAD Machine,” it is used to synthesize gate dielectrics in CMOS transistors.
- Housed in a SEAS facility and available to all students, this offers nine potential sources for materials evaporation using RF and DC sputtering and thermal methods.
- This liquid chromatography system is used for protein purification.
- Also located in a SEAS facility and available to all students, this unit creates complicated multi-layered thin films.
- This atomic force microscope operates at temperatures near absolute zero. It is the only such microscope in the U.S. that is able to image the atomic structure of surfaces.
- This Von Kármán cell is used to produce and optically measure intense turbulence.
- This digital image correlation system quantifies regional surface strains on small specimens.
- This device controls and regulates a separate microfluidic system.
ANSWERS: 1-E; 2-A; 3-F; 4-B; 5-D; 6-C; 7-I; 8-G; 9-H