Advances in Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) and Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) have enhanced the capabilities of microanalytical characterization, particularly for multi-phase material analysis. Used independently, EDS and EBSD may provide an incomplete description of the microstructure and phase distribution of single and multi-phase materials; but by simultaneously collecting and analyzing EDS and EBSD data, the speed and accuracy of microstructural analysis can be greatly improved.

Recent developments in hardware and software have delivered high-performance and high-efficiency EDS data acquisition that enable faster data collection without compromising quality. Improved EBSD detectors possess a wide spectrum of capabilities to accommodate samples ranging from simple cubic alloys to more challenging deformed, low symmetry, geological materials.

In this webinar, the latest developments in integrated EDS and EBSD will be presented; examining both the technical achievements and the applications for aerospace, photovoltaic, semiconductor, and geological materials.

Why should I attend the webinar?

  • Discover the unique capabilities of integrated EDS/EBSD
  • Find out about cutting edge microanalytical characterization
  • Learn about real examples from industry leaders

 

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