New Monochromated ZEISS LIBRA(R) Transmission Electron Microscope Enables Unrivalled Spectroscopic Imaging.
Innovative Monochromator A monochromator is an optical device that transmits a mechanically selectable narrow band of wavelengths of light or other radiation chosen from a wider range of wavelengths available at the input. Module Now Available For ZEISS LIBRA([R]) 200 TEM TEM
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SMT - Station Management officially introduces its world-wide unique monochromator module (MC) for its LIBRA([R]) 200 kV TEM series systems. The highly innovative and patent protected ZEISS monochromator enables the reduction of the energy width of primary electrons to less than 0.2 eV and thereby allows for highest resolution Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy In electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) a material is exposed to a beam of electrons with a known, narrow range of kinetic energies. Some of the electrons will undergo inelastic scattering, which means that they lose energy and have their paths slightly and randomly deflected. (EELS). The proprietary ZEISS monochromator combines this substantial reduction in electron energy spread with the capability to form a highly focused and especially bright spot in a unique way. Already installed LIBRA([R]) 200 EFTEM EFTEM Energy-Filtering Transmission Electron Microscopy systems can be retrofitted with the new monochromator module.
Outstanding analytical capabilities
Especially when it comes to Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS), the new monochromator module significantly improves the resolution of fine structures of elemental absorption edges. Combined with another proprietary module of ZEISS' high-end TEM series, the in-column Omega Energy Filter of the LIBRA([R]) 200 EFTEM, this allows the user to fully exploit the enhanced elemental resolution by a simple push-button (electronics) push-button - A roughly fingertip-sized plastic cover attached to a spring-loaded, normally-open switch, which, when pressed, closes the switch. Typical examples are the keys on a computer or calculator keyboard and mouse buttons. operation. Thereby, the monochromated LIBRA([R])200 MC opens up new dimensions in compositional and structural analysis of advanced materials in all major disciplines of atomic-resolution analysis and characterization.
Intrinsic advantages of monochromated 200 kV accentuated
The rapidly growing adoption of corrector technologies for high-end TEM is not accidental. In many applications users had to compromise between the destructive effects of high acceleration voltage and achievable resolution. This compromise is no longer necessary with corrector technologies becoming commercially available. Together with its partners, during the past years Carl Zeiss SMT's Nano Technology Systems Division has developed monochromator, corrector and energy filter technologies up to a daily-use, non-expert maturity state. Only recently the one-of-a-kind CRISP system (for Corrected Illumination Scanning Probe) from Carl Zeiss SMT has been inaugurated at the research center caesar in Bonn (Germany). The CRISP system combines the new monochromator module from ZEISS with a corrector module to form the smallest available sample illumination spot, achieving unprecedented performance at monochromated 200 kV in Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy A scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) is a type of transmission electron microscope. With it, the electrons pass through the specimen, but, as in scanning electron microscopy, the electron optics focus the beam into a narrow spot which is scanned over the sample in a (STEM) mode.
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