Cathodoluminescence imaging on quartz in sandstone

New possibilities for studying (compound) semiconductors with cathodoluminescence and time-resolved imaging techniques

Posted by Delmic on Nov 9, 2018 9:55:14 AM

In the last few decades, electronic devices have become more and more important in our lives, and semiconductors are a crucial part of this technology innovation. A semiconductor is a generic term for materials, normally solid chemical elements, that can conduct current, but only partly. A semiconductor has a conductivity which is between that of an insulator with almost no conductivity, and a conductor with almost full conductivity.

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Topics: LAB Cube, semiconductors, cathodoluminescence sem, LED, time-resolved cathodoluminescence, microscopy solution, SPARC


How Does Correlative Microscopy Work?

Posted by Delmic on Apr 13, 2018 1:30:00 PM

Nowadays it has become crucial for life scientists to gain structural and functional data about the sample in order to understand the biological processes happening at the scale of the nanometer. Light or fluorescence microscopy made it possible for the researchers to detect the functional information and image different colors and parts of the cell. It provides the data to understand the dynamics of the cell, however, the diffraction limit of light doesn’t allow distinguishing objects that are smaller than the wavelength of light. That is when the life scientists turn to electron microscopy, which provides the structural information in a high resolution.

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Topics: correlative light electron microscope, clem, iclem, integrated clem, scanning electron microscope, electron microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, life science microscope, correlative microscopy, correlative light and electron microscopy, microscopy solution, SECOM, video, clem video


Correlative light and electron microscopy on SECOM platform: benefits for the research

Posted by Delmic on Feb 21, 2018 2:44:38 PM

How can your research benefit from correlative light and electron microscopy? Why is this technique becoming increasingly attractive to many scientists in different fields of research? This is the main focus of the newest video, in which our application specialist Sangeetha Hari explains the main advantages of correlative light and electron microscopy on the SECOM, a unique microscopy solution for life sciences

 

 

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Topics: correlative light electron microscope, clem, iclem, integrated clem, scanning electron microscope, electron microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, life science microscope, correlative microscopy, correlative light and electron microscopy, microscopy solution, SECOM, video, clem video