Delong America is proud to be attending the International Conference & Exhibition on Advanced & Nano Materials 2018 in Quebec city, Quebec. We will be on the exhibition floor from Monday until Tuesday and will happily answer any questions regarding the LVEM5, LVEM25 and low-voltage electron microscopy.
The ICANM conference brings together keynote speakers, workshops, contributed papers, exhibitions and tours to share interests and research in a variety of fields targeted around the central theme of advanced materials and nano materials. ICANM 2018 is an international conference where new technologies, equipment and services are showcased and discussed.
Find more on ICANM 2018 here.
Be sure to drop by our booth and chat with our friendly staff to learn more about the advantages of low voltage electron microscopy and what it can do for you.
Benefits of Benchtop Electron Microscopy
Our Most Powerful Low Voltage Instrument
The LVEM25 is a compact yet powerful low-voltage electron microscope. The low accelerating voltage provides high image contrast on biological, organic and light materials with the added benefit of not damaging the sample.
Some signature features of the LVEM25 include:
Resolving power of up to 1.0 nm.
Designed for conventionally prepared thin-sectioned samples.
STEM imaging mode added to the standard TEM mode.
LVEM25 is an ideal lab partner due in part to its compact and easy to
install nature as well as its high-contrast, high-throughput imaging.
Come see why no research lab should be without one.
For more on the LVEM25, explore here.
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