This unique and affordable 6 axis Eucentric sample holder enables users to quickly load samples within 1 minute and then tilt (up to 90°), lift and rotate them without losing sight of the sample detail. The real-time 3D visualisation module shows the actual position and orientation at all times while the anti-collision mechanism keeps the sample and SEM safe. For more information, click Read More below, and see Accessories.
New Insplorion Acoulyte combines simultaneous real time measurements of Nanoplasmonic Spectroscopy (NPS) with Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring (QCM-D). This enables the measurement of changes in dry mass (refractive index), wet (acoustic) mass, and viscoelasticity for the same sample on the same surface and at the same time. The unit fits directly onto Q-Sense Explorer (E1) and Analyzer (E4) instruments when equipped with the Q-Sense window module.
The Phenom GSR Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is a vital tool in crime labs for gathering forensic evidence. The user can quickly search for GSR particles automatically and characterise and classify them using (Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy) EDS analysis. GSR particles such as Lead, Barium and Antimony can be quickly distinguished from dust, dirt, fibres and flakes of skin. Both software and hardware are fully integrated to enhance user-friendliness, reliability and analysis speed. The Phenom GSR does not require any special facilities and is easy to set up and transport. It can also be used for many other forensics applications, such as ballistics, paint analysis, fibre characterisation, etc.
Q-Sense Initiator enables surface scientists to gain access to the well-established Q-Sense technology at an entry level. It maintains the core Q-Sense functions and quality while focusing on customer segments who have a need for an introductory Q-Sense system capable of fundamental analysis. The new Q-Sense Dfind software dramatically simplifies data handling and reporting through an intuitive interface and powerful tools for complex analysis.
The DELPHI is a desktop electron microscope that combines fluorescence (Correlative light) to acquire images with functional and structural information. The system is extremely easy to use for both light- and electron-microscopy users who do not require experienced microscopy skills to image and interpret data. Delphi provides a user- and sample independent overlay of fluorescence and electron images prior to imaging, discarding the need for adding fiducial markers to the sample.