In Situ TEM Heating
Real-time imaging of thermal dynamics
The Wildfire In Situ Heating Series enables researchers to perform thermal studies in a controlled and stable environment within your TEM. Catering for a variety of application spaces, the Wildfire In Situ Heating Series transforms your high-end TEM from a static imaging tool to a multi-functional laboratory.
An innovation that enables you to focus on sample and experiment: the Nano-Chip is specifically designed to provide unrivaled sample stability, better homogeneity over the largest viewable area, shortest settling time, higher temperature for EDS and easier sample loading.
Sample Preparation made easy
No topography near the windows allows easier thin film (graphene) deposition and eliminates the capillarity effect during drop-casting. Increased membrane stiffness simplifies FIB sample preparation.
Wildfire Sample Holders
The Wildfire range of Sample Holders are optimisted for specific application areas of research. The single tilt options include high tilt up to 70°, EDS optimised and a custom ‘glove box’ design of Sample Holder. The double tilt range of Sample Holders are the most popular covering the largest application space, offering up to 25° +/- tilt and recently upgraded EDS tilt cradle optimisation for minimizing background signal.
Full Integration & Automation: Heating & biasing control from one interface
Impulse software gives researchers complete control over their stimuli. With Impulse, you can easily design your In Situ experiment from your desk. Decide which sample conditions you want to be met at which time and Impulse will do the rest.
During your TEM experiment, Impulse will automatically control the sample environment while you focus on the results. Your experiment design is stored so that you can reliably reproduce your results.
- Drag & drop profile builder: Design & automate your experiment
- Flexible graph interface: Large canvas area for re-arrangeable graphs
- Real-time data analysis: Plot Real-time I-V and R-T curves
- Synchronized stimuli data: Correlate between stimuli
- Data integration: Synchronize In Situ with TEM data
Application Fields:Speak to an Application Scientist »
- LowD Materials
- Soft Matter