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Electronic properties products, January 2014

The stream-lined, fit-for-purpose design makes this small detector ideal for table-top SEMs.

Park Systems Collaborates with Semiconductor’s Leading Hard Disc Drive Manufacturers to Develop its next generation NX-PTR.

HORIBA Scientific, is pleased to announce the release of three new scientific imaging cameras, e.g., EFiS, AToR and iRiS.

Patented DFT technology offered in RF plasma generators: MKS introduces Dynamic Frequency Tuning.

Lake Shore’s new 8500 Series THz system is a fully integrated hardware/software platform.

The new Model 8407 Hall effect measurement system from Lake Shore Cryotronics.

Park Systems introduces automatic defect review for semiconductor wafers - an astounding 1,000% throughput increase.

Park Systems, a leading manufacturer of Atomic Force Microscopy systems since 1997, announced PinPoint Conductive AFM.

Brewer Science has launched its groundbreaking inks that will change the way carbon nanotube (CNT) users manufacture microelectronic devices.

Shimadzu's new EDX fluorescence spectrometers achieve precise, high-sensitivity analysis of a wide range of elements

New stylus profiler enables semi-automated measurements with uncompromised 300mm access.

New e-shutter offers exposures as short as 4 microseconds.

The newly developed focused ion beam (FIB) column enables fast and precise materials processing.

Raman imaging microscope designed to deliver rapid, research-grade imagery of molecular structures.

GL SPECTIS 5.0 from GL Optic is a compact portable spectrometer running an Android operating system for laboratory-grade characterisation of light sources.

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