Imaging non-conductive samples in their own state
With the Phenom desktop SEM, you can make high magnification images from conductive and non-conductive samples by using a standard sample holder. However, compared to conductive samples, non-conductive samples are more difficult to image with an electron microscope. They often need additional sample preparation involving special equipment and more time.
Did you know that you can eliminate costly additional sample preparation of non-conductive samples by using a charge reduction sample holder? And that it helps you image non-conductive samples in their original state, providing valuable material contrast information? In this specification sheet, we exemplify how a charge reduction sample holder helps you speed up your non-conductive imaging and sample preparation — and how it applies to your working process.
Learn more about the practical applications of charge reduction sample holders. Download your copy now.