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Understanding the Difference between Magnification and Resolution in Scanning Electron Microscopy

Microscopes have revolutionized our ability to observe and analyze the microscopic world with unprecedented detail. By enlarging our view of objects, or magnifying them, microscopes…


Posted: February 28, 2024 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

Why is Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) important in Battery Testing?

Impedance is the frequency-dependent resistance of a circuit or electrochemical system to current flow. Applying a small AC sine wave perturbation to the electrochemical system…


Posted: February 21, 2024 | Technology: Electrochemistry

6 Applications of SEM & EDS in Pharmaceutical Sciences

In the evolving landscape of pharmaceutical research and development, the goal to understand the micro and nanoscale properties of therapeutics is vital. Central to this…


Posted: February 14, 2024 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

What Probe Liquid Should You Use for Contact Angle Measurements?

Contact angle is defined as the angle formed by a liquid at the three-phase boundary where the liquid, solid, and gas intersect. It gives a…


Posted: February 7, 2024 | Technology: Tensiometry

Thermionic vs. Field Emission Sources: 4 Key Differences

The electron source is one of the most critical components of a scanning electron microscope (SEM) because it determines the quality, brightness, and size of…


Posted: January 31, 2024 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

Flexible Hardware and Software for Streamlining Battery Testing

Accurate and reliable testing is crucial for the advancement of battery technologies in various industries, ranging from energy storage to electric vehicles. Flexible and intuitive…


Posted: January 24, 2024 | Technology: Electrochemistry

How Much Does an Electrospinning/Electrospraying Machine Cost?

Electrospinning and electrospraying technologies continue to gain prominence due to their versatility in nanofiber and nanoparticle development. Researchers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and industry professionals face the…


Posted: January 17, 2024 | Technology: Electrospinning & Electrospraying

What’s the Difference Between SEM & TEM?

Electron microscopy is best known as a high-powered microscopy technique that utilizes a beam of electrons as a source of illumination. In an electron microscope,…


Posted: January 10, 2024 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

Why Use Low Accelerating Voltage for SEM Imaging?

Scanning electron microscopes (SEM) function by rastering a sample with a focused beam of electrons to produce high-resolution images of the sample surface. The generated…


Posted: January 3, 2024 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

Four Transformative Benefits of SEM Automation for Handling Repetitive Tasks

SEM is a high-resolution imaging technique that uses a focused electron beam to generate high-resolution images of the surface morphology and the elemental composition of…


Posted: December 27, 2023 | Technology: Scanning Electron Microscopy

5 Different Methods Used to Fabricate Nanofibers

Nanofibers, particularly polymeric nanofibers, are a burgeoning frontier in the world of materials science, offering a diverse array of applications across industries. These fibers, typically…


Posted: December 20, 2023 | Technology: Electrospinning & Electrospraying

What Role Does Cyclic Voltammetry Play in Battery Testing?

Cyclic voltammetry (CV) is an important and widely used measurement technique in electrochemistry. CV measures the current that flows through an electrochemical cell as the…


Posted: December 13, 2023 | Technology: Electrochemistry

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