:: AZoNanotechnology Tech Brief
The Tecnai 200 kV field emission TEM (transmission electron microscope) is a workhorse microscope for multi-user laboratories of any type. Transmission electron microcopy is of paramount importance for obtaining high-magnification and high-resolution 2D and 3D information from materials, and the Tecnai G² series microscopes, built on more than 50 years of experience in electron microscopy, enable fundamental research in materials science and nanotechnology.
- Unique, optimized user interface
- Excellent fine-probe performance
- Applications software support
- Advanced Electron Optics design
- Rapid mode switching
- Rapid acceleration voltage switching
Tecnai G² F20 S-TWIN Features
The easy-to-use Tecnai G² ensures high-quality images and is designed to facilitate the work of every microscope user. Its advanced windows protocols and registry allow users to complete their research or analysis in a timely fashion. It also has a high level of automation and intelligence without limiting the full control that experienced users may want to have.
The Tecnai G² F20 S-TWIN is ready for new applications like EDS, STEM, and 3D-imaging using tomography (with Xplore3D). The system has a very high diffraction acceptance angle, which makes it suitable for weak beam, tilting and other analytical experiments. Its excellent imaging performance and analytical capability using the Schottky FEG electron source make it a versatile instrument for most research labs.
Upgrades and Future Requirements
In the world of research, developments occur at a high pace. The Tecnai design philosophy ensures applications flexibility for today and tomorrow, making it easy to add new applications and upgrade functionality. FEI Company collaborates closely with the scientific community to better understand its needs and to co-develop dedicated tools to help understand and explain the complex relationship of materials structure and analysis.
Tecnai G² microscopes help build a detailed understanding of a world of decreasing dimensions: today and in the future.
Source: FEI Company
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