You can now access our latest technical note on cathodolumiscence intensity mapping.
Intensity mapping records the CL intensity for every beam position on the sample using a single-pixel light detector. This is carried out using a photomultiplier tube with a filter wheel. This method is ideal for carrying out fast scanning of relatively large samples at a nanoscale resolution. Intensity mapping has the greatest potential for geoscientists, but can also be used for many other applications in materials science.
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