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JSM-IT700HR InTouchScope™ Scanning Electron Microscope

SEM- Essential in Daily Lab Operation JSM-IT700HR Makes it Easy.

Nano-scaled materials are driving the current technological breakthroughs and their observation and analysis is facilitated by a new and innovative SEM, JSM-IT700HR.
Its new electron gun with spatial resolution of 1 nm and the largest probe current of 300 nA, combined with an exceptionally userfriendly software interface significantly simplifies observation and analysis in SEM.
The compact instrument design also features a large specimen chamber with multiple accessory ports as well as EDS integration.
JSM-IT700HR Advanced SEM, Powerful and Simple to Use.

Introduction

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Zeromag & Autofunctions

Magnify optical image, seamleass transition to the SEM image

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Zeromag and Autofunctions
Zeromag is designed to link the holder graphic or optical image* with the SEM image.
Using Zeromag, field searching is easy.
* Stage Navigation System (SNS) is necessary to display an optical image.

Integrated EDS & Live Analysis

Integration of observation and analysis

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Integrated and Live Analysis

EDS analysis directly on the SEM observation screen for seamless transition from observation to analysis. Moreover, Live Analysis provides real-time monitoring of the spectra for characteristic X-rays.

SMILE VIEW™ Lab

Fast and flexible report generation

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SMILE VIEW(TM) Lab

SMILE VIEW™ Lab is a JEOL original data management tool, which links the optical image, SEM image and EDS analysis results.
With one click, a report can be generated easily after the measurement.
An off-line version of the software*1 is available to free up the SEM and enhance productivity.

*1 Off-line data analysis software (option) is required.
* 2 Need to install Microsoft®Office.

Display the depth of signal

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Display the depth of signal

A new function for displaying the generation depth of signal is built-in. Observing the analysis depth on the specimen is very effective for understanding the elemental results generated.

Auto Beam Alignment (ABA)

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Auto Beam Alignment (ABA)

This function automatically adjusts the optical axis of the electron beam.

Large area observation and analysis with montage function

Set montage on Zeromag
Set montage on Zeromag
Left: Backscattered electron image, Right: Cu element map
Montage result: 6×6 (Left: Backscattered electron image Right: Cu element map)
Specimen: Flat milled section of brass screw*, Accelerating voltage: 20 kV, Low vaccum mode (20 Pa), Imaging area: 6.4 mm × 4.8 mm
* Flat milling fabriation was performed by IB-19530CP after mechanical polishing.

Montage is a function to connect all images in a large area as one high-definition image.
This function is very useful for acquiring detailed information over a large area.

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Application

Expanding the microscopic world through JSM-IT700HR

Nanomaterials

Carbon nanotube Carbon nanotube
Accelerating voltage: 2 kV, Signal: Secondary electrons, Magnification: ×100,000

Observation at low accelerating voltage clearly reveals the surface structure.

Catalyst Pt on carbon Catalyst Pt on carbon
Accelerating voltage: 10 kV, Signal: Secondary electrons (left), Backscattered electrons (right), Magnification: ×100,000

Electronic products

Fractured surface of ceramic capacitor Fractured surface of ceramic capacitor
Accelerating voltage: 5 kV, Signal: Backscattered electrons, Magnification: ×1,000 (left) ×10,000 (right)
CP-milled section of semiconductor SRAM CP-milled section of semiconductor SRAM
Accelerating voltage: 5 kV, Signal: Backscattered electrons, Magnification: ×60,000 (left, right)
IB-19520CCP

CP is an instrument for preparing a cross section of a specimen using a broad Ar ionbeam and shield plate. In recent years, CP has been widely used to prepare cross sections of metal, ceramics, plastic,and
other materials.
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Metals

Large area montage analysis

Fracture surface of stainless Fracture surface of stainless
Accelerating voltage: 15 kV, Signal: Secondary electrons, Magnification: ×500, Montage result: 13×6

By observing the entire area of a fracture surface, a detailed analysis of the fracture mechanism can be made. In this specimen, typical fatigue failure, such as the striation pattern and dimple microvoids, are observed.

Elemental analysis: EDS map

CP-milled section of precision cutting blade CP-milled section of precision cutting blade
Accelerating voltage: 15 kV, Signal: Backscattered electrons (left) EDS map (right), Magnification: ×3,000

Using overlay map, the distribution of heavy metal elements in the precision cutting blade is made clear.

High magnification EBSD analysis

CP-milled section of stainless wire along the longitudinal direction CP-milled section of stainless wire along the longitudinal direction

Image Quality Map(left), Phase map image(right)

EBSD map image
(direction: Direction 3)
EBSD map image (direction: Direction 3)
Accelerating voltage: 10 kV, Probe current: 5 nA, Magnification: ×10,000

Soft materials

Carbon black in the rubber Carbon black in the rubber
Accelerating voltage: 15 kV
Signal: Secondary electrons
Magnification: ×20,000
Plastic glove Plastic glove
Accelerating voltage: 5 kV,
Signal: Low vacuum backscattered electrons
Magnification: ×30,000
Membrane on a chicken eggshell Membrane on a chicken eggshell
Accelerating voltage: 5 kV,
Signal: Low-vacuum secondary electrons
Magnification: ×500
Low-vacuum mode

Low-vacuum mode

Low vacuum mode allows for observation of non-conductive materials without treatment. Evacuation at the objective lens improves image quality in low vacuum mode.

Food

Ice cream Ice cream
Accelerating voltage: 7 kV, Signal: Low vacuum backscattered electrons, Magnification: ×300 (left) ×30,000 (right)
Fat globules and muscle fiber of chicken Fat globules and muscle fiber of chicken
Accelerating voltage: 10 kV
Signal: Low-vacuum backscattered electrons
Magnification: ×300
LV cryo-holder

LV cryo-holder*1

LV cryo-holder keeps a specimen frozen without water loss.
A hydrous specimen like food can be observed. It is possible to visualize the texture by understanding the size of ice and the diameter of muscle fibers.
*1 Optional

Biology

E. coli and T4 phage E. coli and T4 phage(×25,000)
Accelerating volage: 2.5 kV
Signal: Secondary electrons
Magnification: ×25,000

 

E. coli and T4 phage(×80,000)
Accelerating volage: 2.5 kV
Signal: Secondary electrons
Magnification: ×80,000
Mitochondria of mouse kidney Mitochondria of mouse kidney
Accelerating voltage: 2.5 kV
Signal: Secondary electrons.
Magnification: ×50,000
JFD-320

JFD-320 Freeze Drying Device*2

This freeze drying device minimizes the effect of surface tension, suitable for drying hydrous specimens.
Specimen preparation of E. coli and T4 phage: Critical point drying after Glutaraldehyde and OsO4 treatment.
Specimen preparation of mouse mitochondria: Freeze drying after OsO4 maceration treatment.
* 2 Optional

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