FEG-SEM (Field Emission Gun – Scanning Electron Microscope) provides the very highest resolution imaging compared to regular SEM. It’s now available in an easy-to-use, desktop instrument: the Phenom Pharos G2.
Cathodoluminescence can be used to study crystal structure orientation – in this example we look at how it can be used on a geological sample.
The Thermo Scientific Phenom Pharos G2 is a desktop FEG-SEM (Field Emission Gun – Scanning Electron Microscope) with upgraded features and low kV imaging.
How desktop SEM can used in-house in lithium ion battery development to analyse graphite and battery materials.
Integrating SEM and EDS in one system makes it much quicker and easier to identify the root cause of failures. It’s up to twice as fast as conventional techniques, for a lower cost-per-sample and long-term savings.
BlueScientific is now the official UK distributor of Phenom entry-level SEM instruments from Thermo Scientific in the UK and Ireland. We now offer the most comprehensive entry-level range for industry QC and academic research: the fastest and highest resolution in their class.
A new fully-integrated system from Gatan and DECTRIS provides low-voltage capabilities for electron counting on EELS, EFTEM and energy-filtered 4D STEM over the entire 30 – 300 kV voltage range.
Combined SEM-EDS can be used to locate and identify contamination quickly and easily. The Thermo Scientific Axia ChemiSEM fully integrates the two techniques.
A series of video tutorials demonstrating how to use Gatan’s IS player, part of GMS 3 (Gatan Microscopy Suite) software for TEM/SEM.
SEM-EDS can be used to characterise the composition of polymer composites. This is useful in failure analysis, to detect and identify contaminants and defects, and to check homogeneity.