Cathodoluminescence imaging on quartz in sandstone

How to perform lifetime imaging using time-resolved cathodoluminescence?

Posted by Delmic on Mar 12, 2020 2:00:00 PM

What is time-resolved cathodoluminescence? How can performing lifetime mapping or a g(2) mapping add value to your research? In the video below Toon Coenen, product manager at Delmic, gives an explanation of this imaging technique and its applications.

 

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How can cathodoluminescence imaging modes enhance your research in 6 ways?

Posted by Delmic on Feb 19, 2020 12:30:00 AM

Cathodoluminescence is a great tool for obtaining valuable information about the properties of a sample, which can empower researchers and developers with a better understanding of possible defects, efficiency of the material and other properties. 

The SPARC cathodoluminescence detector has 6 imaging modes which can enhance your research and provide you with an important information about your samples. Keep reading if you would like to know what exactly the SPARC can benefit your research!

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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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Thoughts on the various applications, techniques, and complications to be discovered in the fascinating fields of both cathodoluminescence and correlative light and electron microscopy.

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