Scanning Electron Microscope(SEM) is similar to optical microscope with improved resolving power and extremely high magnification(useful). In SEM, electron beam used as light source and electro-magnetic lenses instead of glass lenses in optical microscope. The modern SEM with accessories like EDX or WDX finds in- numerable number of applications.
Materials Science is a field which deals with the discovery and development of new materials and methods for their study. It is a multidisciplinary science involving different fields of knowledge such as physics, chemistry and engineering. Materials Science focuses on studying the most important characteristics of materials such as their mechanical, chemical, electrical, thermal, optical and magnetic properties. The field can be sub-divided into different disciplines including nanomaterials, organic materials, electronic/photonic materials, structural/composite materials and smart materials.
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) has become an integral technology in biotechnology, life sciences and medical science research. Recent investigations of cell morphology, development of biocompatible materials, tissue engineering research, microbiology and many more heavily rely on advanced SEM imaging techniques. Sanray develops and manufactures state-of-the-art electron microscopy solutions customised to every life science application. The broad range of dedicated instrumentation helps scientists and researchers in all fields to make stunning discoveries and move science forward.
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), in combination with focused ion beams (FIB), is an ideal technique for keeping up with the rapid evolution of the semiconductor industry by offering analytical capabilities with high levels of precision.
Earth Sciences cover a wide range of scientific disciplines that conduct research on the detailed characterization of geological materials. Scanning electron microscopy is a vital tool in this field and provides high resolving power as well as several analytical capabilities. Secondary electron imaging is essential in micropaleontology where the topology is so important while backscattered electron imaging and analytical capabilities are more relevant in mineralogy, petrology and economic geology. The SANRAY portfolio offers dedicated testings which are capable of satisfying the many demands of specific and general geological applications.