Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a versatile technique for studying of optical properties with deep sub-wavelength resolution. CL spectroscopy, angle-resolved imaging and polarimetry are great techniques, in particular, for probing and understanding important properties of semiconductor materials both in bulk and micro/nanostructured form.
In this webinar, our Applications Specialist Sangeetha Hari will present exciting results from CL imaging in the field of semiconductors, and explain the hardware and imaging parameters involved.
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You can watch the previous webinar sessions below:
- 1st session: CL processes about the two types of CL emission
- 2nd session: Imaging conditions for cathodoluminescence about how to set up the optimal imaging conditions
- 3rd session: Sample preparation for CL imaging
- 4th session: Cathodoluminescence imaging for geological materials