With more than 50 years of innovation and leadership, XPS surface analysis instruments from Thermo Fisher Scientific enable customers to find meaningful answers to questions that accelerate breakthrough discoveries, increase productivity, and ultimately change the world. For the analysis of surfaces and thin-film structures, our line of XPS spectrometers features high performance, easy operation with automation, and multi-technique integration for material science and R&D labs.
Find the XPS surface analysis instrument that fits your material analysis!
Thermo Scientific™ Nexsa™ Surface Analysis System is a high-performance X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer, designed to integrate other analytical techniques whilst maintaining a high-throughput workflow. With unique options such as the Thermo Scientific™ MAGCIS™ dual-mode ion source and the Thermo Scientific™ iXR™ Raman Spectrometer, the Nexsa system is ready for the toughest surface analysis problems.
Thermo Scientific™ ESCALAB Xi+™ XPS Microprobe is a high-performance X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer, designed to integrate other analytical techniques and advanced sample preparation options. With excellent energy resolution, options such as the Thermo Scientific MAGCIS dual mode ion source, and fast XPS imaging, the ESCALAB Xi+ is ready for your research!
Thermo Scientific™ K-Alpha™ XPS System is a high-performance X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer, designed to be easy to use and fast for a high-throughput workflow. K-Alpha is supplied with everything necessary for XPS analysis, including an ion source for depth profiling.
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Analysis of Metal Components Using XPS
Using XPS to Map the Work Function of a Damaged Solar Cell
Using Argon Cluster Ions to Prevent Surface Modification
Using an XPS System to Investigate Printed Paper
Characterization of 2D Materials with Multi-Technique Surface Analysis
Why are These 3 Elements in the Surface Analysis Spotlight?
Gaining Insights into the Analysis of 2D Materials Using the Thermo Scientific Nexsa Surface Analysis System
Using a Surface Analysis System to Determine Layer Structures of an Organic FET Device
Plasma-Modified Polymer Surfaces - How to Identify their Structures
Using XPS, REELS, and UPS for the Surface Characterization of Organic LED Material
Analyzing Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
Coverage, Composition and Band Gap Analysis of ALD-Grown Ultra Thin Films
XPS Image Acquisition in Minutes Using SnapMap
Advantages of Coincident XPS-Raman in the Analysis of Mineral Oxides Species
Understanding Graphene and its Properties Through X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Hydrogen and Chemical Quantification of an Organic Coating
Characterizing SEIs on Tin-Based Nano-Composite Electrode Films for Li-ion Batteries
Investigating Surface Treatment of Fabrics with XPS
Chemical State Mapping of Polymers with XPS
Identifying the Elemental and Chemical Composition of Stained Areas on Split Steel Bearings
Investigating Changes in Elemental Composition of a Hard Disk Platter from the Surface Down to the Substrate
Analyzing the Interface Between a Dry Film Photo-Resist Layer and its Protective Polypropylene Layer with XPS
Using X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy to Characterize Low-Emissivity Glass Coatings
Liquid Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy Analysis of Chemical Bonding States in an Ionic Liquid
Using XPS to Evaluate the Elemental and Chemical Composition of Wear Resistant Coatings
Analyzing the Elemental and Chemical Composition of Contact Lens Samples
Using XPS for the Spectroscopic Analysis of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Material
Using the K-Alpha for the XPS Characterization of Thin Gold Layers on Steel Separators for Fuel Cell Applications
Characterizing a Membrane Electrode Assembly from a Proton Exchange Fuel Cell Using XPS
Using XPS for the Characterization of ‘Click’ Surface Chemistry
Investigating the Surface Chemical Composition of Metal Oxide Catalysts
Using X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) to Investigate the Oxidation of a Cobalt-Based Catalyst
Depth Profile Analysis of Thin Film Solar Cells by XPS
How can you Advance your Research Efficiently with the New ESCALAB QXi Microprobe?
Leveling Up Surface Analysis and XPS Performance with Nexsa G2 System
Can Surfaces Help in the Fight Against COVID-19 and Other Viruses?
1+1=3: How a Combination of XPS and Raman Makes a Difference for Your Materials Analysis
Studying 2D Materials Using Thermo Scientific Nexsa X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrometer (XPS) System
A Video to Show 50 Years of XPS
Solving Materials Problems with XPS
The Nexsa G2 System
XPS Overview with Robert Palgrave of UCL
Thermo Scientific Apreo 2 SEM for Materials Science
Thermo Scientific™ Nexsa™ G2 Surface Analysis System
Thermo Scientific™ K-Alpha™ XPS System