Brochures & Application Notes
Nanoscale from Your Benchtop
The LVEM 5 seamlessly combines 4 different imaging functionalities into one benchtop instrument, so samples no longer need to be displaced from one microscope to another. Furthermore, switching between imaging modes is easy, with the click of a button the same area of interest of a sample can be imaged in TEM, SEM and STEM modes.
Hydrogels and hydrogel networks enable a broad range of applications through materials science driven understanding of the structure-property-activity relationships of the materials. The central concept is that water soluble polymer units are able to be cross-linked, solidifying into a large insoluble three dimensional structure capable of absorbing large quantities of water.
A picture is worth a thousand words. There is simply no substitute for a transmission electron microscope (TEM) image of nanomaterials. This one technique enables identification of morphology, average particle size, and particle size distribution. Low Voltage Electron Microscopy (LVEM) and instruments such as the Delong Instruments LVEM 5 are uniquely suited as a powerful tool with significantly lower initial costs, operating costs, user training requirements, and smaller laboratory footprint compared to traditional TEM.