Are You Using the Right Detector? 4 Things to Remember for SEM
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A scanning electron microscope (SEM) is a powerful imaging tool that utilizes a focused beam of electrons to scan a high-resolution micrograph capturing micron-scale features of interest. The electron beam can be used to extract topographical, morphological, and compositional data from a sample, depending on what detectors are activated during a scan.
In this eBrief, we will discuss different types of detectors and highlight four things to remember when conducting SEM analysis.
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