New & Used Electron Microscope

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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: FEI
Model: Tecnai G2 Spirit TWIN
Location: United States, Alabama
25,000
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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Zeiss
Model: 10CA
Location: United States, Virginia
32,559
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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Jeol
Model: JSM-840A
Location: France, Bourgogne
31,186
1983

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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Zeiss
Model: LEO 1550 FE-SEM
Location: United States, North Carolina
150,000
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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: CM-10
Location: United States, North Carolina
95,000
1992

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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Jeol
Model: JEM-1200EX
Location: United States, North Carolina
150,000
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Device: Electron Microscope
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Tecnai 12
Location: United States, North Carolina
350,000
2005

Electron Microscope may also be referred to as :

Microscope, Electron, Transmission | Transmission Electron Microscope | TEM | Microscope Electron | Electron Microscope, Transmission
 

Tips for buying Electron Microscope

  1. Electron microscopes should be able to use sheet film, although a digital photographic system is preferred. The minimum resolution required for lattice image and point-to-point measurements is 0.2 nm.
  2. An objective, intermediate, and projector lens system should be part of electron microscope device. The preferred systems are of the auto-focusing type.
  3. Water interruption, diffusion pump heater failure, and vacuum failure are the required safety indicators. Facilities should also consider scanning capability as an option when purchasing an electron microscope, depending on their needs.
  4. Facilities must place electron microscope devices in a room large enough to accommodate all necessary components, such as: vacuum systems and power-supply units. The designated electron microscope room should be temperature-controlled with lights that can be dimmed or turned off.
  5. Facilities must consider additional costs for sample preparation equipment and physical facilities, as well as electron microscope mounts, filaments, and grids. They should also know that TEM have limited clinical use, require auxiliary equipment for operation, and need complex specimen preparation.
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