Zeiss Libra 120 Transmission Electron Microscope
The Zeiss LIBRA 120 transmission electron microscope (TEM) is an energy filtering TEM with a Gatan Ultrascan 1000 2k x 2k CCD camera. The energy filter and slit aperture provide high contrast of stained and unstained specimens and permit elemental analysis (EELS/ESI), particularly of light elements. Furthermore, the system is capable of electron tomography to create high resolution 3D reconstructions of submicron volumes. The Libra 120 is equipped with a Gatan cryo-holder, cryo-transfer station, and dry pumping station for cryo-TEM of aqueous suspensions.
- Köehler illumination system
- Accelerating Voltage: 80-120kV
- Point-to-Point Resolution: 0.34 nm
- In-column OMEGA energy filter with <1.5 eV energy resolution
- +/- 75° Tilt range
- Standard, high tilt, and cryo holders
- Gatan Ultrascan 1000 CCD camera
Location: DBI 117E
Hitachi S4700 Scanning Electron Microscope
The Hitachi S4700 Scanning Electron Microscope is a field-emission SEM. The system is equipped with a Gatan Alto 2500 cryo-system for imaging frozen hydrated samples. Elemental analysis through EDS is also possible using an Oxford Inca X-act detector.
Location: DBI 117F