The Helium Ion Microscope offers secondary electron imaging down to a sub-nanometer scale, coupled with Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) capabilities, making it an exciting new tool for geological materials. Watch this webinar to see the functionality and design of the combined HIM-SIMS instrument, alongside its capabilities for the analysis of geological samples. You will see examples of the capabilities of the instrument along with a full scientific workflow for the analysis of extra-terrestrial meteorite impact.
See the vast potential of X-ray and electron-beam microscopy for the investigation and characterization of fossil materials, and inform our understanding of the history of life, in this webinar. Learn about some of the earliest shell-building animals on Earth, dating to about 550 million years ago. Gain an understanding of how their internal anatomy, as first discovered using a ZEISS Xradia Versa, suggests that these fossils likely represent ancestors of modern tube worms.
Using nano-XRM and high-contrast imaging to inform micro-porosity permeability during Stokes-Brinkman single and two-phase flow simulations on micro-CT images