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NanoESCA applications

Where are the interesting features?


 

Photoelectron Emission Microscope mode

Survey imaging with a large field of view, resolution down to 50 nm and real-time imaging of the surface. The lens projects a magnified image of the sample directly onto the PEEM screen.

Which elements are there and how much?


 

Small Spot Spectroscopy mode

High sensitivity single-spot spectroscopy using a Channeltron® after the first energy analyser for quantitative elemental analysis.

What is the elemental map?

Imaging ESCA-Mode

The main lens has a large angular acceptance and projects the magnified image into the analyser.
The image information is energy filtered by the highly aberration correcting IDEA and projected onto a MCP/screen stack for CCD camera based date acqusition.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 January 2014 09:48