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The low-kV, solid-state backscattered detector is the preferred choice for phase distribution data collection. It features 0.1 delta Z resolution to differentiate phases with very small atomic number differences by different shades of gray in the image.
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The detector is symmetrical, minimizing topography contrast mechanisms. The detector consists of four quadrants, which can be switched individually (topo-mode), can be added up (compo mode) or can be subtracted (shadow mode). It can be used at acceleration voltages significantly smaller than 5 kV.
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