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Electron Microscopes - (61 companies)
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Web Sensing and Scanning Systems - (51 companies)Web sensing systems and web scanning systems employ a variety of sensors that scan across a moving web to detect defects and measure parameters such as product basis weight, thickness and moisture. Web Sensing and Scanning Systems Information. Web... Learn More
Document Scanning Services - (79 companies)Document scanning service providers convert text and graphics from paper, film, or other non-digital 2D media to digital formats as requested by their clients. These services are commonly used for technical, legal, medical, financial, and other... Learn More
Laser Scanning Cytometers - (5 companies)Laser scanning cytometers (LSCs) are biological instruments which automatically determine the biochemical components of cells, as well as their morphology and cellular location in situ. Laser scanning cytometers (LSCs) are biological instruments... Learn More
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Electron Beam Processing Equipment - (31 companies)Electron beam machines, equipment or systems are used to process materials using a very focused energy source with a very small wavelength. Electron beam machines, equipment or systems are used to process materials. Electron beams provide a very... Learn More
Product News for Scanning Reflection Electron Microscopy
Stilwell Baker, Inc.
Electron Microscope Power Supply Redesign Superior Technical Services provides service and maintenance for third- and fourth-generation charged particle equipment, including scanning electron microscopes (SEMs). The original SEM design called for three discreet power supplies. Each of them had a high failure rate due to design problems. Replacement with new OEM versions was too expensive and repair was fraught with numerous logistical problems. To provide their customers a single upgraded replacement power supply, at the same cost... (read more)
General Digital Corporation
Reflections on Reflections The term reflection actually encompasses three entirely different types of optical phenomena. These three kinds of reflection are specular reflection (like a mirror), diffuse reflection (often called Lambertian) and reflexive reflection (or retro-reflection). Specular Reflections. Specular reflections are those we normally associate with a highly polished surface, such as a mirror. In technical terms, the angle of incidence of the light is equal to the angle of reflection of the light. All... (read more)
PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Electron Generator Arrays Because each of the millions of pores produce electrons, the resultant electron flux is extremely uniform and dense. EGAs can be used as the electron source in electron impact ionization source applications. This technology has the advantage of performing as a cold ionization source, which eliminates pyrolytic effects that occur when the heat generated by the filament chemically changes the unknown substances to be identified. (read more)
PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Channeltrons - Channel Electron Multipliers Channeltron ® Electron Multipliers have set the standard for mass spectrometry detection. Our extensive product line proves that PHOTONIS has an extensive understanding and mastery of the different technologies involved with electron multipliers. Channeltron ® Electron Multipliers are durable and efficient detectors of positive and negative ions as well as electrons and photons. PHOTONIS offers over 150 standard and custom designs. PHOTONIS's exclusive detector design provides sustained... (read more)
Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Electron Tube Division Hamamatsu is a world leader in photonics technology and is constantly engaged in the research of light, photons and their applications. The Electron Tube Division (ETD) of Hamamatsu Photonics, through it's state-of the-art detectors and light sources, strives to support progress in most advanced photonics technologies involving low-light-level and ultra-high speed measurements. The Electron Tube Division has developed and produced a variety of light-related devices that are widely used... (read more)
Desktop Scanning Microscope Advanced App. System Phenom Pro Suite. The Phenom Pro Suite is developed to enable Phenom users to extract maximum information from images made with the Phenom desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM). It extends the capabilities of the Phenom, a high-resolution imaging tool, providing solutions to specific application needs. The Phenom Pro Suite software is installed on the Phenom Application System. This monitor-mounted PC is the hardware platform for all Phenom Pro Suite software, leaving the Phenom system... (read more)
3D Laser Scanning Microscope Expanding Boundaries imaging, the OLS4100 is expanding the boundaries of laser microscopy. Advantages of Laser Scanning Microscopes. Non-Contact, Non-Destructive, Fast Imaging and Measurement. Superior X-Y-Axis Measurement. Superior X-Axis Measurement. Superior Metrology - 3D measurement of diverse sample types with 10 nanometer height resolution and advanced measurement parameters. High-Quality Imaging - clear 3D color images, high-sensitivity laser DIC, and high dynamic range (HDR) microscope images. Click here... (read more)
Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
PXY AP series: Scanning Stage with Large Aperture VTRselect Concept “Variable-Travel-Range selection ” per axis. extremely flat design for microscopy (height of 15 mm). universal stage inserts for microscopy application. XY-motion up to 700 µm. bi-directional actuating nanoX ® design for high dynamic range. central aperture 100x100 mm2. Applications. microscopy / lithography. nanopositioning and scanning. materials research. wafer handling and mask alignment. semiconductor testing equipment. biotechnology. The PXY AP... (read more)
Cambridge Technology, Inc.
Why 3-Axis Scanning? As the number of large area, web feed and remote applications that use laser processing is growing exponentially, Cambridge Technology's 3-Axis Scanning Systems are gaining more and more popularity in the marketplace due to their: large field of view. small spot size. ability to scan pre-defined 3D surfaces. ability to use high power lasers. Compared to mechanical processes, laser processing using 3-Axis Scanning provides improved flexibility, quality, setup time and throughput. The advantages... (read more)
JG&A Metrology Center
Industrial CT Scanning Industrial CT Scanning is the foremost inspection and part reconstruction technology available on the market today. Industrial CT Scanning works with X-Ray technology and offers part reconstruction or full metrology on parts/assemblies in 3D. Once the initial scan is performed, the developed dataset can be used to work in conjunction with one or a combination of "A-la-Cart" options to obtain the required results. Full metrology results are relayed back to the end customer by using a supplied... (read more)
...are accelerated using a 30 kV potential. and electromagnetically focused to an area that can be controlled by. feedback image data gathered from the far less damaging scanning. 3.3 Tensile Testing. electron beam. (b) Cross section ``rough'' cuts to expose lift out foil. The evolution of axial properties...
...and 50 um were produced with depths of 0.5-2.5 um. Scanning electron and confocal micrographs from typical laser treated surfaces with fibroblast cultures are shown in Figures 1 and 2. A 50-um grid (Figure 1) with five pulses allowed the cells to spread. The 7-um grid with three pulses (Figure 2...
In the past, particles retained on the filter were analyzed using a scanning electron microscope and energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy. This method only identifies elements so it is useless for identifying organic or molecular compounds. Infrared spectrometry, on the other hand, is able to extract...
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