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Rapid Elemental Characterisation of Biological Samples

12th February 2019

Learn the complementary potential of analytical scanning electron microscopy (SEM) for fast and precise elemental characterisation of ultrastructural features in biological samples, without the need for specific labelling. 

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The latest developments in EDS hardware and software technology for the TEM

11th December 2018

This webinar will discuss the effect of detector design on solid angle, and how these designs can be optimised to maximise solid angle for a number of different applications in the TEM. We will focus on the key characterisation abilities of new detectors for in situ experiments.

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Nano-characterisation: driving progress in energy generation & storage

Find out how electron microscopy can be combined with light and scanning-probe microscopy analyses on the identical positions in order to investigate structure-property relationships in optoelectronic devices and how all parts of a Li-ion battery can be characterised.

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Characterisation of 3D Printed Materials in the Electron Microscope

Examine the role of electron microscopy as a powerful tool within the 3D printing process, See how to control the cleanliness of powder feedstock using automated particle classification with EDS as well as ensuring the quality of finished components using microstructural characterisation with EBSD.

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Semiconductor failure analysis solutions 

Semiconductor failure analysis requires painstaking detective work to understand the source of failures so that they can be removed from volume production. Discover how Oxford Instruments solutions can enable you to overcome these and other challenges.

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A technology breakthrough: why CMOS-based detectors are changing the way we use EBSD

Introducing the Oxford Instruments CMOS-based EBSD detector range and discussing the technological benefits of CMOS sensors compared to traditional charge coupled device (CCD) devices.

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AZtecLive: A revolutionary approach to SEM-EDS analysis

Discover how AZtecLive can radically change the way you approach sample investigation in the electron microscope.  Using different application examples and demonstrating results achieved in a fraction of the time.

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High speed particle analysis: recent advances & new applications

The automated acquisition and classification of linked morphology and chemistry data from particles, grains, inclusions or other features is vital in many fields. Discover why AZtecFeature is the fastest and most accurate feature analysis tool available.

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