Volume 85 Issue 26 | p. 48 | Inside Instrumentation
Issue Date: June 25, 2007

Inside Instrumentation

Technology and Business news for the laboratory world
Department: Science & Technology

FEI launches electron microscopes

(1) FEI is offering what it calls the world's smallest table-top scanning electron microscope. The 11- × 22- × 19-inch Phenom magnifies up to 20,000 times and costs about the same price as high-end optical microscopes with much lower magnifications. In February, the Oregon-based company introduced the Phenom-Ed for the science education market. Separately, FEI is offering the Expida 1255s dual-beam scanning/transmission electron microscope. The unit integrates ion-beam sample preparation . . .

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