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With the Peltier stage, humidity cycling experiments can be performed to characterize the sample's morphology and phase distribution at various relative humidity conditions.
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When cooled between 0 and 10 °C, specimens of very diverse nature can be imaged and analyzed at relative humidity conditions up to 100% (typical chamber pressures required are in the range 3-10 mbar).
In-situ freeze-drying can be performed when the temperature range of the Peltier stage is set below 0 °C with a minimum of -20 °C. The temperature and the ramp-up profile are directly controlled through the Quanta user interface.
The Peltier Cooled Specimen Stage is used to maintain water on samples inside the ESEM specimen chamber. It uses a thermoelectric module to alter temperature, and this in conjunction with specimen chamber pressure creates condensation on the sample.
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