Transmission Electron Microscopy

The transmission electron microscope (TEM) (Phillips CM12) is used to study samples at extremely high magnifications (up to 1,000,000 times with a point to point resolution of ~3Å). This allows for a more detailed study of samples that are at or beyond the resolution of the light microscope or scanning electron microscope. The TEM provides morphological information through digital imaging, structural information through electron diffraction, and elemental information by EDS (via a Bruker SDD EDS system).

How May We Help You?

Contact us to discuss your project in more detail.