Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)


The Philips CM200 transmission electron microscope operates at up to 200 kV and can achieve a resolution of 2 Angstroms with ultrathin specimens. Images may be taken digitally, using a Peltier-cooled Tietz (TVIPS) 2k x 2k CCD camera mounted below the viewing chamber. A TV-rate Teitz camera is also available. Options include a STM tip/bulk sample holder, Strain holder, Rotation holder, and High tilt holder.

For additional information about this piece of equipment, see the Calendars, Contacts, and Fees pages.

Sample Images Acquired from the TEM.
  
  
Primary ContactsCate Wallace for training inquiries
Scott Robinson
In case of emergency (and Scott & Cate cannot be reached) contact:
      FEI Service: 1-800-432-1734 (serial no. is D763)
Manufacturer FEI Company
Equipment ModelPhilips CM200
Features- 200 kV
- Rotation stage
- Low-dose kit
- TVIPS 2k x 2k Peltier-cooled CCD camera
LocationB606C
Phone(217) 244-7973
Related Equipment - Carbon evaporator
- Ultramicrotome
User ResourcesGeneral Information and Operating Procedures
TEM Fixation Protocol
SponsorsNational Science Foundation BIR-931778