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General Information
Electron Microscopy
 

• JEOL 2010F FEG
   HRTEM/STEM


• JEOL 2100 TEM

• JEOL 7500F FEG HRSEM

• FEI Quanta FEG ESEM

Focused Ion Beam
Atomic Force Microscopy
Ion Scattering
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JEOL 7500F HRSEM
JEOL 7500F SEM
 

The JEOL 7500F scanning electron microscope (SEM) is our dedicated conventional and high-resolution imaging microscope. It is equipped with a range of detectors and imaging modes that allow for the study of a wide range of solid materials. Secondary and backscattered electron detectors allow for imaging of sample surfaces, whereas a scanning-transmission electron detector shows the internal structure of materials. Through a stage biasing system, refered to as the "gentle-beam" mode, the electron beam may be reduced to a fraction of the accelerating voltage at the gun, allowing for the imaging of soft or insulating samples without the need for carbon or metal coating.

 

Nanoscale Characterization Facility
University of Pennsylvania / 3231 Walnut Street / Philadelphia PA 19104 / prnf@seas.upenn.edu / 215.898.8718
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