- 3D Nano X-ray microscope (nanoXRM) with 35nm resolution
Highest resolution system on the market. Enabled by X-ray optics
- Multiple X-ray illumination energies
Up to three energies selected in a single system for optimized imaging for a broad range of samples (polymers to metals)
- Dual energy nano tomography for quantitative information
Density and improved contrast can be obtained by taking tomography at two different energies
Outstanding 35-50nm resolutions can be achieved for X-ray energies ranging from 2.7 keV to 8.04 keV.
Up to three X-ray energies are included in the TriLambda system, providing optimal illumination for the wide range of samples seen in a busy central laboratory.
3D surface rendering of segmented Fe NPs (orange) in relation to the graphite clusters acquired with dual contrast.
- Polymers and Biological Sample
The microstructure of electrodes are increasingly of interest because it is now recognized that damage incurred and agglomeration of particles from charging limits the long-term reliability and lifetime. TriLambdaXRM provides the resolution needed to see these changes – and because of the non-destructive nature of X-rays, can be used to observe such changes over time or in-operando.
A key feature of the TriLambdaXRM is its ability to resolve polymers and biological samples at the nanoscale. Such samples are extremely challenging to image using electron-based techniques due to charging. Using a low “tender” X-ray energy to illuminate the sample at 2.7 keV, TriLambda is able to provide 3D nanoscale biological and polymeric tomographies non-destructively.