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SRC has supplied scientific instruments to almost every university in Canada. Our materials characterization and analytical instrumentation have been installed in departments ranging from chemistry, physics and biology, to civil engineering, materials engineering, computer and electrical engineering, chemical engineering and food science.

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    • Frequency stabilized laser and artefact-free Avalanche Photodiode (APD) detector
      → High measurement accuracy
      → Very low sample scattering
    • Embedded dedicated PC, including software correlation and complete and dedicated software NanoKin®
      → User-friendly interface
      → Photon-counts storage for time-resolved analysis and post-analysis
      → Full reports, including kinetic analysis
    • Enhanced mathematical models
      → Better reliability of results
      → 2D colormap of size distribution over time

     

    • Form deviation from 3D CAD models
    • Calibration of surface texture measuring instruments
    • Sub-micron height repeatability over entire extended area
    • One shot height measurement up to 40 mm without Z scanning
    • Bi-telecentric lenses with very low field distortion providing accurate metrology

     

    • Flexible. Powerful.
    • 3D auto function
    • Live image options
    • Designed to be
    • simple and easy to use
    • It is time to play. . .
    • uses premium CF60-2 Nikon objectives
    • Obtain a clear and well-structured report
    • Adaptable column – Flexible options are designed to avoid restrictions between samples with differing heights.

     

    • Complete accessibility
    • Cover a wide range of scales
    • Maximum versatility
    • A complete 3D measurement
    • Measure angles greater than 90º
    • Measurements without limitation
    • Accurate and reliable

     

  • The DriveAFM, Nanosurf‘s new flagship instrument, utilizes the latest technology to deliver stable, high-end performance. It was designed to fulfill the needs of top notch research, today and in the future.

    • CleanDrive: stable excitation in air and liquid
    • Ultra low noise: below 15 fm/√Hz
    • Direct drive: high-resolution imaging and large scan area
    • Fully motorized system: full control via software

     

    • simplifies operation of the instrument.
    • requires less human input.
    • reduces potential sources of error.
    • enhances reproducibility.
    • allows for completely remote-controlled use in enclosed environments (i.e. in a glove box).

     

     

    • Confocal Raman Imaging with unprecedented performance in speed, sensitivity, and resolution
    • Hyperspectral image generation with the information of a complete Raman spectrum at every image pixel
    • Excellent lateral resolution
    • Outstanding depth resolution ideally suited for 3D image generation and depth profiles
    • Ultra-fast Raman imaging option with under one millisecond integration time per spectrum
    • Ultra-high throughput spectroscopic system for highest sensitivity and best performance in spectral resolution
    • Non-destructive imaging technique: no staining of fixation of the sample required

     

  • For the user with challenging experimental requirements, the alpha300 RS facilitates confocal Raman imaging in combination with Scanning Near-field Optical Microscopy for optical imaging with resolution beyond the diffraction limit.

    • An inverted beam path allows liquid samples to be placed on the fixed plane of the stage for quick and repeatable measurements.
    • The motorized sample stage also facilitates the mounting of environmental enclosures and other accessories.
    • Bulky samples that would be challenging to investigate underneath a conventional microscope objective turret can be accommodated by placing them on the stage of the alpha300 Ri.
    • Compatible with other microscopy techniques including: fluorescence, differential interference contrast (DIC) and phase-contrast
    • Features all the unique and established imaging and spectroscopy capabilities of the WITec alpha300 R series.
    • Non-destructive imaging technique: no staining of fixation of the sample required

     

    • access to high-performance Raman spectroscopy and spectral Raman mapping
    • access to high-quality and ultra-precise optical microscopy components
    • access to exceptional spectral quality provided by the WITec UHTS spectrometer series
    • access to class-leading capability within challenging budget environments
    • access to the WITec Raman and imaging know-how
    • access to the future of Raman spectroscopy through upgradeability

     

    • Spatial resolution beyond the diffraction limit (ca. 60 nm laterally)
    • Unique patented SNOM sensor technique
    • Ease-of-use in air and liquids
    • Various Atomic Force Microscopy modes included
    • Non-destructive imaging technique with minimal, if any, sample preparation
    • Upgradeable with confocal Raman imaging in one microscope

     

     

    • Research grade optical microscope with 6 x objective turret
    • Video system: color video camera
    • LED white-light source for Köhler illumination of tip and sample
    • Manual sample or motorized positioning in x- and y-direction
    • Microscope base with active vibration isolation system
    • Various piezo-driven scan stages, fully capacitive feedback-controlled

     

    • ens-based imaging spectrometers
    • Specifically designed for low light intensities
    • Excellent throughput
    • Symmetric peak shape (coma/astigmatism free)
    • Automatic triple-grating turret
    • FC/APC optical fiber port
    • Can be fitted with FI- and BI-CCD cameras
    • Controlled via WITec software

     

  • Features & Benefits

    • Integrated method enabling to define contact angle and surface roughness accurately from the same location and to combine both surface chemical and topographical data with automated software calculations.
    • Offers fast surface characterization method, which does not demand specialist to run the samples.
    • Versatile roughness measurement: both 2D and 3D characterization..

     

    Theta Topography Module

    Theta Range Brochure

     

    • Scanned, micro-focused, monochromatic x-ray beam
    • X-ray beam induced secondary electron imaging
    • Dual beam charge neutralization
    • Large area XPS
    • Micro-area XPS
    • Chemical state imaging with 128 data channels
    • Sputter depth profiling
    • Floating column argon ion gun
    • Compucentric Zalar rotation
    • Angle dependent XPS
    • Five axis automated sample manipulator
    • 25 mm and 60 mm diameter sample holders

     


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