To protect our products from being damaged during transit/ handling, we use industrial grade packaging materials. Furthermore, we ensure the packs are appealing for marketing purposes. We own a well-constructed storage space that helps in keeping the batch under secured conditions and away from various spoiling factors such as sunlight, water, moisture, dust, rain and others.
Achieve energy-tunable ultra-high resolution 3D imaging at your synchrotron : ZEISS Xradia Synchrotron solutions bring nanoscale X-ray imaging to your synchrotron facility, enabling you to forgo costly and time consuming in-house development. Proprietary X-ray optics and a proven 3D X-ray microscopy platform leverage the ultra-bright, tunable X-ray beams available at modern synchrotron facilities. Achieve fast non-destructive 3D imaging with resolution <30 nm with a variety of contrast modes. The Xradia Synchrotron family includes 3D imaging microscopes coverage a wide energy range from soft to hard X-rays.
Xradia 800 Synchrotron: Hard X-ray nanotomography
Xradia 825 Synchrotron: Soft X-ray nanotomography
|Xradia 800 Synchrotron||Xradia 825 Synchrotron|
|Materials Science||Monitor battery electrode particles in operando during the charge-discharge cycle. Perform chemical imaging of catalyst particles in situ. Analyze SOFC nanostructure in situ at operating temperature.||Perform chemical imaging of polymers by spectro-microscopy.|
|Life Sciences||Study toxicity of nanoparticles in cells and tissue. Image and quantify the nanostructure of bone.||Visualize ultrastructure in whole, unsectioned cells in the frozen hydrated state. Correlate X-ray and optical fluorescence microscopy for combined structural and functional imaging.|
|Natural Resources, Geo- and Environmental Sciences||Visualize morphology of iron melt at Earth’s lower mantle conditions. Study microstructure of soil particles relevant to water retention.||Study micro-organisms in wet environments.|
|Electronics||Image integrated circuits to find malicious modifications.||Image magnetic domains on the nanoscale.|