Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation announced the launch of the SU7000, a Schottky field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) that incorporates a large specimen chamber, enhanced versatility, and high throughput with simultaneous acquisition as well as analysis of various signal types.
On August 20 – 24, 2018 Park Systems is present during the SPM on SPM 2018 conference which will be held in Leuven (Belgium) this year. Research developments using Scanning Probe Microscopy on Soft and Polymeric Materials are presented by experts in the field.
On Thursday, July 19th, 2018 (2.00PM EDT), Hitachi High-Technologies will be hosting a webinar titled “SEM Surface Analysis Made Easy”, presented by Eric Miller. This webinar will show the automatic collection of data from the SEM to the easy analysis of the surface information using Hitachi map 3D. If you have any interest in surface analysis, from amazing 3D stereo videos of your samples surface, to surface roughness and to pore size and volume analysis, attend our webinar to see Hitachi map 3D in action. Registration is required.
"In situ observation of electrocatalysis under gas atmosphere using a multiple gas injection system of FE-TEM" Fuel cell electrode catalyst was observed with SEM and ADF-STEM at 200℃ while introducing O2 and H2 gas. While O2 gas facilitated Pt particles coarsening and made carbon support particles porous, H2 gas did not bring significant change. SEM and ADF-STEM visualized the surface alteration of carbon support particles and the aggregation of Pt particles respectively.