Bruker Energy-dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS)
Modular EDS system for qualitative and quantitative microanalysis.
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The Bruker QUANTAX 200 Energy Dispersive X- ray Spectrometer (EDS) with XFlash®6 silicon drift detector is a modular EDS system for qualitative and quantitative microanalysis. The system’s standard-less quantification software enables manual, automatic or interactive spectra evaluation and provides reliable results for specimens with polished or irregular surfaces, thin layers and particles. The XFlash® detector is a Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) which needs no liquid nitrogen cooling, provides high throughput rates and light element detection capabilities. The QUANTAX 200 uses the scanning system of the Zeiss Supra SEM, and has line scanning with spectrum-at-every-pixel functionality and also does mapping to produce element images.
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