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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.
Uniscan Instruments offers M370 Scanning Electrochemical Workstation which is designed to deliver spatially resolved, non-contact, ultra-high resolution electrochemical measurements.
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.
The SECM370 is a precision scanning ultra micro-electrode system which provides information on the electrochemical characteristics of a material at high spatial resolutions.