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  • Electron Microscope

    Electron microscopes utilize an electron that is scanned across a scanning electron microscope (SEM) or passed through a tranmission electron microscope (TEM) a sample to capture an image. The significantly smaller wavelength of electrons allows much higher resolutions and depths of field compared

  • Variable Pressure Electron Microscopes

    Variable pressure electron microscopes are equipped with environmental chambers, which allow them to maintain a pressure differential between the high vacuum levels required in the gun and column area and the relatively low pressures used in the chamber. This facility means that the microscope can

  • Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

    Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) may include failure analysis, material analysis, and the elemental analysis (EDS) of extremely small particles. SEMs are electron microscopes in which the image is formed by synchronizing a detector with a focused electron beam that scans the object. The intensity

  • A Parametric Study of Electron Backscatter Diffraction based Grain Size Measurements (.pdf)

    Polycrystalline microstructures can be well imaged using maps reconstructed from orientation data collected by electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) in the scanning electron microscope (SEM). These maps are very helpful for delineating grain boundries in such mircostructures and are thus well

  • A Paramertic Study of Electron Backscatter Diffraction based Grain Size Measurements (.pdf)

    Polycrystalline microstructures can be well imaged using maps reconstructed from orientation data collected by electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) in the scanning electron microscope (SEM). These maps are very helpful for delineating grain boundaries in such microstructures and are thus well

  • High Resolution Electron Microscopy of Carbon Nano-Tube at Room and High 8. Temperatures (HF-2200 TEM 112)

    characterization and manufacturing techniques. Practical use of nano-tubes is also in progress. An electron source for a field emission display device is one of such examples. An electronic device of nano-scale may be a possibility in the future. Electron microscopes have been used for studying

  
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Keyence's VHX-700F Multipurpose Microscope

generally found in stereoscopic, metallurgical, measurement, and scanning electron microscopes, the VHX-700F is able to accentuate the strengths of these systems while avoiding many of their limitations. Not only can images be captured entirely in focus with the exceptionally large depth-of-field, but a variety of measurements can be completed directly on the image with just a click of the mouse. A multi-angle stand is paired with a rotating stage to allow 360 degree views without the need to fixture...

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Phenom ProX Desktop SEM

. Never lost navigation: swift navigation to any region of interest. Optional software available: Elemental Mapping and Line Scan. Download Spec Sheet. Request a quote. The Phenom ProX desktop scanning electron microscope is the ultimate all-in-one imaging and X-ray analysis system. With the Phenom ProX desktop SEM, sample structures can be physically examined and their elemental composition determined. Viewing three-dimensional images of microscopic structures only solves half the problem when...

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Phenom Pure Desktop SEM

Key Specifications. Entry-level, complete system, great value for money. Magnification range 20 - 20,000x. Intuitive user interface, maximum employability. Black & white navigation camera: perfect link between optical and electron-optical images. Sample loading in less than 30 seconds. Very low energy consumption. Download Spec Sheet. Request a quote. The Phenom Pure desktop SEM (scanning electron microscope) is an ideal tool for making the transition from working with a light microscope...