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2016-03-31 10:50:54

Presentation of the Transmission Electron Microscope Hitachi HT7700

On March 31 2016, a research-and-practice workshop “Universal Transmission Electron Microscope Hitachi HT7700” was organized at Zelinsky Institute by Interlab, ZIOC RAS anda global leader in analytical equipment manufacturing Hitachi High Technologies. The latest TEM model was installed and put into operation in the ZIOC Laboratory of Metal-Complex and Nanoscale Catalysts. The microscope will be used for designing new molecular and hybrid systems.

Ye. V. Kremer opened the workshop with the presentation on high resolution transmission electron microscopy provided by Hitachi HT7700 and novel features of the instrument. The HT7700 with Dual-Mode objective lens features superior high-contrast and high-resolution image quality together with analytical capabilities for biomedical and materials science. Digital design and sophisticated automation increase throughput for both novice and advanced users.

Hitachi application specialist Tomas Schmidt demonstrated the Hitachi HT7700 in operation and analyzed a few samples.

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