In situ electron microscopy
What we can offer:
Cooling/Heating (-170C to 1200C) while imaging with TEM/STEM/SEM.
Low vacuum or environmental conditions in SEM, in-situ water condensation, or ice crystal growing.
Injection gas or vapor locally under the electron beam. Micromechanical manipulations, stress-strain experiments.
Structural dynamics during cooling/heating, properties and performance of hydrophilic or hydrophobic coatings.
Mechanical properties measurement.
Materials science, microelectronics and semiconductors, automotive, laboratory test facilities, microscopy laboratories, machine-tool manufacturers, iron and steel industry, energy storage and solar-energy materials industry, objects of cultural heritage examination, energy and petrochemical companies.