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


Possibilities of the SPARC for time-resolved cathodoluminescence

Posted by Delmic on Mar 13, 2018 9:19:40 AM

What is a time-resolved cathodoluminescence? How can it be applied in different fields? In the new video Toon Coenen, application specialist at Delmic, gives an explanation of this imaging technique.

 

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Topics: cathodoluminescence sem, SPARC, cathodoluminescence, video, cathodoluminescence video, time-resolved cathodoluminescence, optical modules