Glass fibers under an electron microscope? This is what SEM images look like.

Glass fibers under an electron microscope? This is what SEM images look like.

Did you know that glass fibers are used as insulation materials and to make reinforced plastics? And do you know what this tiny needle-shaped material would look like under an electron microscope? We wanted to know what this tiny needle-shaped material would look like under an electron microscope. So we took a sample and did the test.

Analyzing this sample is quick and very easy with the Thermo Scientific Phenom SEM. Will you take a look too?

Thermo Scientific Phenom Desktop SEM: Phenomenal image quality and element analysis

With the Thermo Scientific Phenom desktop SEM, professional electron microscopy at an affordable price is now within the reach of every R&D and QC laboratory. The Phenom SEM provides high-resolution, high-quality images and element analysis (EDS) for a wide range of applications. The Phenom SEM’s intuitive user interface guarantees high-quality results with minimal training. One click on the screen is all it takes for superior resolution images or full element analysis.

Each sample can be easily placed in a specially designed sample holder. After automatic loading, an optical image is obtained immediately and an electron image after only 30 seconds.

Would you also like to know how your samples look with the Thermo Scientific Phenom SEM? Then contact us for a free test.

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