That will be released in 2018 summer.
LN2 Cooling -170℃ + Double Tilt±20°+ Non-exposed
Get the High Resolution image at-170℃
Suitable for Lithium-Ion battery analysis TEM Holder
Drift-Check Movie in HR STEM image at -170℃
Drift rate: 50pm /sec (3nm/min)
Calculated from atomic weight moved in 1min
(It is not a guaranteed value.)
TEM： ARM200F Tokyo University
Tilt Angle: 6.7 degree
HR TEM Movie after lapse of about 30min
After reached -170℃
| 1, evacuate for 15 minutes with the chamber open. After that, open
and close the chamber in the vacuum evacuator, measure the leak from
the axis (green).
2, Keep the atmosphere in the chamber, leave it in the atmosphere for3
minutes, then evacuate for 15
minutes. Thereafter, the chamber is opened in the vacuum evacuation apparatus
(red). Vacuum has been raised without leaking air into vacuum evacuation
unit. A peak due to atmospheric retention to open the chamber was observed.
3, Leave the chamber in the atmosphere for 3 minutes with the inside of
the chamber vacuumed, then
evacuate for 15 min. Thereafter, the chamber was opened in the vacuum
evacuation apparatus (blue).
Although a peak attributable to outgas in the chamber was observed, it
was confirmed that the vacuum was retained.
Of course, single tilt + transfer is also possible.
It is also possible to make Double tilt and Single tilt without transfer