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Scientists and engineers in both academia and industry are constantly facing new challenges that require highly localized characterization of a wide range of samples and materials. The ongoing drive to improve the quality of these materials means that structural and compositional information at the...
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The Thermo Scientific Helios 5 PXL Wafer DualBeam is a plasma focused ion beam scanning electron microscope (PFIB SEM) that redefines the standard for high-aspect-ratio through-stack metrology and structural verification.
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The Thermo Scientific Scios 2 DualBeam is an ultra-high-resolution analyticalfocused ion beam scanning electron microscopy (FIB-SEM) system that provides outstanding sample preparation and 3D characterization performancefor a wide range of samples, including magnetic and non-conductive materials.
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Thermo ScientificNanoBuilderSoftwareis a tool for the systematic planning and construction of multi-layernanodevices.This is done by dividing CAD files into ordered projects, facilitating the generation of complex structures that previously were tedious or even impossible to build.
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Thermo Scientific AutoTEM 5 Software is a unique solution for DualBeam (focused ion beam scanning electron microscopy, FIB-SEM) systems , supporting fully automated, in situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) sample preparation for a wide range of materials science samples.
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Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a high-resolution imaging technique in which a beam of electrons passes through a thin sample to produce an image. The electron beam is impacted by the sample’s thickness/density, composition, and in some cases, crystallinity.
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The Thermo Scientific Helios G4 Plasma FIB (PFIB) DualBeam (focused ion beam scanning electron microscope, or FIB-SEM)delivers unmatched capabilities for large-volume 3D characterization, gallium-free sample preparation,semiconductor planar deprocessing, and precisemicromachining, and is part of the...
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The Thermo Scientific Helios 5 Hydra DualBeam (plasma focused ion beam scanning electron microscope, PFIB-SEM) can deliver four different ion species as the primary beam, allowing you to choose the ions that provide the best results for your samples and use cases, such as scanning transmission...
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Thermo ScientificHeliScan MicroCT brings a new era of micro computed tomography to materials science by leveraging advanced helical scanning and iterative reconstruction technology to produce excellent image fidelity.
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Since the introduction of electron microscopes in the 1930s, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) has developed into a critical tool within numerous different research fields, spanning everything from materials science, to forensics, to industrial manufacturing, and even to the life sciences.
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Whether studying new materials or attempting to find the root causes of failures, highly localized characterization of increasingly complex samples with ever-smaller features is becoming increasingly critical.
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Lithium ion batteries are a ubiquitous feature of modern technology, playing a crucial role in everything from handheld consumer electronics to electric vehicles. As these batteries become increasingly more advanced, so do the manufacturing processes required to create them.
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The Thermo Scientific Helios 5 Plasma FIB (PFIB) DualBeam (focused ion beam scanning electron microscope, or FIB-SEM) delivers unmatched capabilities for materials science and semiconductor applications.
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Demand for high-performance, energy-efficient electronics is driving the development of advanced devices with ever smaller, more densely packed features and complex 3D structures. Ramping production of these cutting-edge microprocessors, memory devices, and other products is extremely challenging...
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As technology continues to miniaturize, the demand for nanoscale devices and structures is ever increasing. The challenge of converting the latest ideas and designs into valuable assets only continues to grow, and significant technical and financial barriers need to be overcome for successful...