Our In Situ Solutions
In the spotlight
The latest developments in EDS hardware and software technology for the TEM
Tuesday 11 December 2018 | 3-4 pm (CET)
Solid angle in a Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) is often considered the most important factor influencing energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDS) performance. However, detector design and the software responsible for acquisition and data processing are also key components in ensuring quick and accurate results.
This webinar will discuss the effect of detector design on solid angle, and how these designs can be optimised to maximise solid angle for a number of different applications in the TEM. The speakers will focus on the key characterisation abilities of new detectors for in-situ experiments (with the DENSsolutions Wildfire) and quantification, highlighting new features within AZtecTEM. This includes quantification with automatic absorption correction, calculating sample thickness directly from EDS data, and the incorporation of AztecLive to observe elemental changes during in-situ experiments.
- 1st Symposium of the NanOperando Groupement de Recherche NanOperando
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