Sample preparation is essential if a good SEM image is required. Unfortunately, not every sample can simply be imaged, but this article will assist in providing tips and tricks to acquire good results from the most frequently used samples.
Different methods can be combined to promote the beneficial influences and creativity should not be underestimated in this approach. Scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) are dynamic instruments with endless capabilities.
This sample preparation article is intended for those who are encountering scanning electron microscopy for the first time, or are quite new to the method.
The content is accurate for macro-categories of samples. For more thorough information on particular types of samples, please contact the SEM manufacturer.
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