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Sample Coaters, Electron Microscopy, Carbon Evaporation

Definition : Devices designed to form an even coating of carbon by means of a carbon evaporation procedure on the surface of non-conductive samples to be observed using an electron microscope. The procedure is based on the controlled evaporation of a high purity carbon rod in a dedicated sample coater that deposits a thin and even coat of carbon on the surface of non-metal samples, providing a uniform layer of carbon with a thickness (usually in the order of nanometers) according to the microscopic analysis to be performed. The samples are typically used for scanning and transmission electron microscopy examinations but may be used also for x-ray micro-analysis and other thin film applications.

Entry Terms : "Carbon Evaporation Equipment, Sample Coating"

UMDC code : 34900

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Electron Microscopy Sciences (EMS)

Company Type: Parent

Electron Microscopy Sciences has been specializing in the manufacturing, preparation, and distribution of only the highest quality chemicals, supplies, and equipment, for microscopy, and all of its related fields.

Ted Pella Inc

Company Type: Parent

We manufacture and resell instruments and supplies to serve laboratories dedicated to a variety of types of microscopy: Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy, Electron Microprobe Analysis, Atomic Force Microscopy, Confocal Laser Microscopy and Light Microscopy.

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