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Scanning electrochemical microscopy is a technique capable of probing surface reactivity of materials at microscopic scales.
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The Phenom XL scanning electron microscope (SEM) sets a new benchmark in compact desktop SEM performance. It offers the same ease-of-use and fast time-to-image features of other Phenom systems, and is integrated with a chamber that aids in analyzing large samples of up to 100x 100mm.
The CHI900B Scanning Electrochemical Microscope consists of a digital function generator, a bipotentiostat, high resolution data acquisition circuitry, a three dimensional nanopositioner, and a sample and cell holder. The CHI900B is designed for scanning electrochemical microscopy, but many conventional electrochemical techniques are also integrated for convenience.
Uniscan Instruments offers M370 Scanning Electrochemical Workstation which is designed to deliver spatially resolved, non-contact, ultra-high resolution electrochemical measurements.
The SECM370 is a precision scanning ultra micro-electrode system which provides information on the electrochemical characteristics of a material at high spatial resolutions.