In Situ SEM Webinar: In Situ Heating, Spectroscopy & Microscopy 19/09/17
Join C&E and Protochips for a webinar about correlative characterisation techniques in the SEM, made possible with the Fusion in situ heating and electrical biasing system. The webinar is on Tuesday 19th September 2017 at 4pm BST.
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Advanced Correlative Studies in the SEM
Integrated SEM-Raman and in situ SEM systems are being used increasingly in certain areas of material analysis. One area where they have become essential is in-situ dynamic studies under different conditions. Conditions such as temperature and pressure can now be modified, with commercially available in situ stages and alternating pressure systems.
The webinar will present results captured using integrated SEM-Raman systems and in situ studies with the Protochips Fusion heating stage. It will cover new characterisation methods possible with in situ heating inside the SEM. These will include EBSD analysis of materials at temperatures up to 1000ºC.
The one hour webinar will cover real applications and results. At the end there will be a live Q&A session and you can ask the presenters anything.
The webinar will be on Tuesday 19th September 2017 at 11:00 am EDT (16:00 BST) – register now to attend!
- Sergey Prikhodko, Ph. D., Associate Adjunct Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California Los Angeles; Director of Electron Microscopy Core Laboratory
- Jordan Moering, Ph. D., Marketing Communications Manager, Protochips
- Alexandra Taylor, Associate Editor, C&EN
Register on the C&E website and you’ll receive a link to attend the webinar.
In Situ Heating Systems
The instrument mentioned in the webinar is the Protochips Fusion, an in situ heating system compatible with SEMs from all major manufacturers. There’s also a package for simulataneous heating and electrical biasing within the SEM, so you can observe your samples during experiments.
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