Modular CL in-SEM system with multiple imaging modes

Cathodoluminescence imaging is also an ideal tool to study geological samples. The CL emission from a rock gives insights into crystal growth, zonation, cementation, replacement, deformation, provenance, trace elements, and defect structures. This can be used to fingerprint rocks and reveal interesting spatial textures on a submicron scale. The SPARC is a seamlessly integrated CL system, compatible with full-sized SEMs, offering multiple imaging modes on a modular platform.

Delmic SPARC Cathodoluminescence system

Delmic SPARC

Modular and upgradable system for integrated cathodoluminescence

Jolt panchromatic and RGB cathodoluminescence intensity detection

Delmic JOLT

Budget friendly integrated cathodoluminescence

Cathodoluminescence Webinars

Applications of Cathodoluminescence Detection in Geological Research

Overview of Delmic CL solutions and a talk by the leading expert of the field, Professor Cameron Davidson from Carleton College.

Cathodoluminescence Imaging for Nanophotonics

SPARC: Cathodoluminescence Imaging for Nanophotonics – Webinar

(40 min) A brief introduction on cathodoluminescence detection and various light emission mechanisms of materials.

Intensity mapping of Zircon

SPARC: Cathodoluminescence Imaging for Geology – Webinar

(36 min) In this webinar, we discuss the physical background of CL emission in rocks, sample preparation, and the typical CL workflow. We show examples of how the technique can be applied to sedimentary rocks, gemstones, and zircons.