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June 2014

THz Materials Characterisation System

Lake Shore's new 8500 Series THz system is the first affordable, integrated, convenient solution specifically tailored for characterisation of research-scale electronic and magnetic materials. It enables fully automated high-resolution THz spectroscopic characterisation over a wide range of frequencies, temperatures and magnetic fields, yielding detailed profiles of material responses. Analysis of these spectral profiles can lead to discovery of interesting physical phenomena not visible with other conventional characterisation techniques. No special knowledge of THz optics is required, simply load a sample and start taking measurements. Download the brochure or watch Google+ Hangout about THz characterisation.

Micro-XRF System, Accurate Elemental Analysis

The EDAX Orbis Micro-XRF Spectrometer series incorporates analytical technology and advancements in functionality based on over 10 years of industry leading innovation and experience.

These bench top instruments are available with either mono-capillary X-ray optics or ultra-high intensity poly-capillary optics, to cover a wide variety of analytical needs.

The Orbis is easy to operate, offers a wide range of productivity enhancing features, and is engineered to accommodate various sample types and shapes from different sources. The X-ray sources, optics and detectors are guaranteed to provide superior analytical results for a wide range of applications. Read more on our website or download the brochure.

Webinar : Molecular and Cellular Dynamics Studied by High Speed AFM

Date: Thursday 12 June 2014
Time: 5pm - 6pm AEST
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AFM has been a powerful tool in studying the structural properties and dynamic changes of a wide range of biomolecules and cells at near-physiological conditions. Conventional AFM can achieve sub nm spatial resolution and provide quantitative measurement of diverse molecular and cellular processes but suffers from relatively low scan speed compared to optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy.

In this webinar, Bruker will review the recent technical developments of the fast speed AFM and how its unique capabilities to study molecular and cellular dynamics will enhance our understanding of important biological processes.

Webinar : Joint EELS-EDS Spectrum Imaging for Fast-Mapping and Atomic Scale Analysis

Date: Friday 13 June 2014
Time: 1am - 2am AEST
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The complementary nature of electron loss spectroscopy (EELS) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) signals makes it highly desirable to acquire both during transmission electron microscope (TEM) investigations of materials. With ongoing improvements in electron instrumentation and detectors, it is now practical to acquire joint EELS-EDS spectrum image data for materials analysis, all the way from large area mapping down to atomic scale analysis.

In this webinar EDAX will discuss the instrumentation needed for efficient joint EELS-EDS spectrum image acquisition in the scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM). Catalysts, electronic devices and complex oxide applications will be used to illustrate how the low background signal from Xray data can complement the high signal to nosie ratio and chemical bond sensitivity of energy-loss data.

Webinar : High-resolution Imaging of Chemical and Biological Sites Using PeakForce QNM Atomic Force Microscopy

Date: Friday 13 June 2014
Time: 1am - 2am
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With increasingly rapid advancements in bioresearch, there is a growing need for methods that can accurately quantify and map the molecular interactions of biological samples, both with high-force sensitivity and high spatial resolution. Force-distance (FD) curve-based atomic force microscope is a valuable tool to simultanesouly contour the surface and map the biophysical properties of biological samples at the nanoscale.

In this webinar Bruker will discuss the use of their advanced FD-based technology, PeakForce QNM, combined with chemically functionalised tips to probe the localisation and interactions of chemical and biological sites on single native proteins and on living cells at high-resolution.

Staff

Christian Gow
(07) 3345 9556 (0408) 617 243 Email
Andrew Masters
Manager
(0439) 819 095 Email

Coherent Scientific Pty. Ltd., Inc. in South Australia, Established in 1989, ABN 20 008 265 969 

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