|MODEL||Quanta 200 electron microscope combined with the Inca X sight and analyser system|
|TRAINING||Training is required to use this item and we can arrange this if needed.|
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|SITE||City Campus West|
The Quanta 200 SEM accommodates a widest range of specimens of any SEM, making it the perfect research partner for labs that process a variety of samples or need to characterize specimens that would be challenging for most conventional SEMs. Quanta features three operating modes high vacuum, low vacuum and environmental SEM (ESEM) to allow characterization of samples in their natural states, without the need for coatings or other preparation, giving you a picture of the true structure and composition. The platform offers configurations for samples large and small, with a large range of analytical attachment. The system is equipped with external analytical systems from Oxford instruments (INCA X-sight and analyser), such as energy dispersive spectrometer, wavelength dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and electron backscatter diffraction.
Extended vacuum mode (ESEM)
Accelerating voltage: 200V 30kV Probe current: up to 2?A continuously adjustable. Detectors Everhardt-Thornley SED Low-vacuum SED (LFD) Gaseous SED (GSED) IR-CCD Solid-state BSED Gaseous analytical BSED (GAD)* Chamber 284mm left to right 10mm analytical WD 8 ports EDX take-off angle: 35° Max sample size: 5x5 cm2 The analytical system for the compositional analysis: Oxford Instruments INCA X-sight LN2 EDS (Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy) X-ray detector: Si(Li) detector, 10mm ATW2, specified energy resolution at 5.9 keV: 133eV
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Last Updated: 30th October, 2015