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Innovative analytical FE-SEM allows for a simple transition between high vacuum and variable pressure mode. EM Wizard is a knowledge-based system for SEM imaging that goes beyond basic preset conditions and recipes. Its ease of use opens a new gateway for material research, development, and area beyond our imagination.
Watch this 6-min video and see how the SU5000 and
EM Wizard work together!
The SU5000 FE-SEM has forever changed SEM operations. Ground-breaking computer-assisted technology from Hitachi, referred to as the EM Wizard, offers a new level of SEM operation and control. Expert or novice, the result is now the same: Highest quality nano-scale images at everyone's fingertips!
With 3D MultiFinder, the sample can be rotated and tilted,
and the image and field of view remain centered and in focus.
The interactive guide enables a 'pick and choose' imaging mode.
EM Wizard optimizes the image for you.
2 kV BSE image (thin section)
Specimen courtesy of Professor Kubota, NIPS, Japan
5 kV SE image
Specimen courtesy of
Dr. Ushiki and Dr. Koga(*), Niigata University
Acquired at 500 V of landing energy, Mag=200kX .
2 kV, BSE images
Multiple angle information from a newly developed annular Backscatter Electron Detector (BSD) acquires both topographic and compositional information simultaneously.
Specimen courtesy of Daido Steel.
Specimen: Gold thin film on quartz substrate
Specimen courtesy of Dr. Yoshino and Dr. Terano, Tokyo institute of technology
FOV : 350 µm × 90 µm
3D re-constructed image of active material (orange) and PvdF (blue) distribution.
HV=15 kV, BSE images
Specimen courtesy of Professor Egawa,
Research Center for Nano-Device and System
Nagoya Institute of technology, Japan
Information on our new cold field emitter technology can be found here.
Hitachi FE-SEM Application Data
This journal addresses a wide range variety of research papers and useful application data using Hitachi science instruments.
Photo collections of beauty of metals, minerals, organisms etc. reproduced by the electron microscope and finished more beautifully by computer graphic technology.