Currently, the electron microscope platform of the State Key Laboratory of Elemento-organic Chemistry consists of one Tecnai G2 F20 S-TWIN Field Emission Transmission Electron Microscope (from American FEI Company), assisted with an integrated STEM system, and an integrated Energy Dispersive Spectrometer system. The transmission electron microscope is characterized by its high resolution and high magnification, with acceleration voltage of 200KV, beam spot drift rate of 0.675nm/min, image point resolution of 0.24nm, and image linear resolution of 0.102nm. Major applications of this transmission electron microscope is in observing fine material’s patterns and organizational structures, and providing relevant information such as crystal structures, sample micro-area chemical compositions, and element distribution (line scanning, surface scanning) of selected areas.
Field Emission Transmission Electron Microscope
Model: Tecnai G2 F20
Purchase date: 2012
Main specifications and technical indexes
This instrument is a field emission and high-resolution transmission electron microscope, with acceleration voltage of up to 200KV.
Main parameters: beam spot drift rate: 0.675nm/min;
Image resolution index: point resolution of 0.24nm, linear resolution of 0.102nm.
Main functions and characteristics
Functions: this transmission electron microscope may be used in observing very fine material’s patterns and organizational structures, taking visual pictures, and providing information like crystal structure, sample micro-area chemical composition, and element distribution.
Characteristics: this instrument is characterized by high resolution, high magnification, and high picture pixel.
Main accessories and configuration
This instrument is equipped with an integrated STEM system and an integrated Energy Dispersive Spectrometer system.
Contact: Yongliang Cui