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Tescan Mira3 FESEM

Bard Hall SB56
20130710131925_mira.jpg-thumbImaging at very high resolution (1 nm at 30 keV and 2 nm at 1 keV) is possible with certain types of specimens. Its superb performance, particularly at low accelerating voltages (i.e., 0.2 to 1 kV using Beam Deceleration Mode), makes it especially suitable for imaging the surface detail of polymeric, biological, and other low-density materials. In-lens (In-Beam Mode) secondary and back-scattered electron detectors enable a very short working distances. Standard chamber secondary and back-scattered electron detectors are also available for larger working distances, and thus, larger fields of view.

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Au on Carbon block, 200V in Beam Deceleration Mode

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Reservation rules:
There is a 2-week reservation window in Coral. Contact the manager to arrange an exception.
During work hours (8 AM to 5 PM, M to F) please limit reservations to 4 hours or less.
Primary Contact

Don Werder
607/255-8959
djw326@cornell.edu
Bard Hall, Room B-57

Secondary Contact

Philip Carubia
607/255-6757
pmc228@cornell.edu
Bard Hall, Room B-57

Tertiary Contact

Maura Weathers
607/255-2295
msw11@cornell.edu
Bard Hall SB58
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