New machine: SEM TM3030

The department has received a Hitachi Table Top Microscope SEM TM3030.

The TM3030 TableTop default low-vacuum mode makes considerations about sample conductivity obsolete - no special sample preparation such as coating with metal films is required for hydrated, oily or non-conducting samples. Just two selectable beam energies optimize imaging for soft or hard matter, and a high-quality multi-segment electron detector provides contrast-rich images with selectable material/compositional or topographical emphasis.

Microscope covers the widest range of industrial and academic applications and research:


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Published Nov. 22, 2013 1:51 PM - Last modified Nov. 22, 2013 1:54 PM