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Fe2O3 "cauliflowers"

SEM image of the structure of crystals of Fe2O3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The largest cluster is ~2µm in diameter.
Image by Michelle Przybylek from the Linic Research Group.

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Fe2O3 "cauliflowers"

SEM image of the structure of crystals of Fe2O3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The largest cluster is ~2µm in diameter.
Image by Michelle Przybylek from the Linic Research Group.

Cameca CAMEBAX Electron Microprobe Analyzer 4 Spectrometers

Location: 2501B C. C. Little Building
Contact: Gordon Moore

Electron Microprobe Analyzer: This instrument is designed for quantitative microanalysis using both wavelength and energy dipersive X-ray spectrometry. Samples may be imaged by light optics (transmitted and reflected light) or electron optics (secondary and backscattered electrons and sample current mode) to determine the desired locations for analysis.

Applications

Accelerating Voltages

Filament

Vacuum

SEM Resolution

WDS System

Stage Control

XEDS System

Additional Features

Cameca Camebax EPMA David Borrok, a graduate student in Geological Sciences operating the Cameca CAMEBAX Electron Microprobe Analyzer