FEI - NOVA NANO SEM
The Nova NanoSEM 450 is a Schottky Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FESEM) that combines high- and low-voltage ultra-high resolution capabilities with low-vacuum, high-resolution imaging capabilities. The instrument features a two-mode final lens, beam deceleration and environmental SEM technologies, bringing unprecedented versatile capabilities to researchers and developers in the nanotechnology laboratory working with a variety of nano-materials and/or -devices.
The system can be used for e-beam writing with a NPGS Nanopattern Generation System (Nabity). Switching between imaging and writing mode is easy with pre-saved alignment configurations.
This SEM is located in CEPSR 10th floor cleanroom. Clean room access is required in order to use it.
Model: Nova Nano 450
Magnification: 35X to 1,000,000X
Electron Gun: FEG with ultra-high brightness Schottky field emitter
Extracting Voltage (Vext): 0 to 5kV
Acceleration Voltage (Vacc): 50 eV to 30 kV
For an introduction period, training is conducted by experienced and trained representatives of each research group. Certification is done by superusers only.
SEM SUPERUSERS AND STAFF
Shaowen Chen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Amirali Zangiabadi | email@example.com
James Vichiconti | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nava Ariel-Sternberg | email@example.com