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Scanning Electron Microscope

Quanta SEM

The FEI Quanta line includes six variable-pressure and environmental scanning electron microscopes (ESEM™). All of which can accommodate multiple sample and imaging requirements for industrial process control labs, materials science labs and life science labs.

The Quanta line of scanning electron microscopes  are versatile, high-performance instruments with three modes (high vacuum, low vacuum and ESEM) to accommodate the widest range of samples of any scanning electron microscope (SEM) system. All the Quanta SEM systems can be equipped with analytical systems, such as energy dispersive spectrometer, wavelength dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and electron backscatter diffraction. In addition, the field emission gun (FEG) systems contain a S/TEM detector for bright-field and dark-field sample imaging. Another variable that changes amongst the SEM systems is the size of the motorized stage (50mm, 100mm, and 150mm) and the motorized z-range (25mm, 60mm, and 65mm, respectively). The Quanta 650 and 650 FEG SEMs are each designed with a roomy chamber, enabling the analysis and navigation of large specimens.

Quanta SEM for Materials Science

The Quanta SEM line now includes even more flexibility with the release of the Quanta 50 SEM Series. For Materials Science, these new instruments address the need to investigate a wide variety of materials and characterize structure and composition. The FEI Quanta™ 50 SEM series provides flexibility and versatility to handle the challenges of today's wide ranging research needs. View any sample and get all the data - surface and compositional images can be combined with accessories for determining material properties and elemental composition.

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