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January 31st, 2007

Imago Install Another 4 Atom Probe Microscopes at The End of 2006

Abstract:
Imago Scientific Instruments® announced the shipment and installation of four of its LEAP® microscope systems in the quarter ending December 31, 2006, including the initial installations of Imago's new 3000X Si system. LEAP microscopy provides high-sensitivity, quantitative 3D compositional imaging and analysis with atomic resolution, offering key insights into how a material's atomic structure affects its mechanical and electrical properties. Imago's LEAP offerings support voltage- and laser-pulsed-ionization capabilities, and include the flagship 3000X Si product line and the high-resolution 3DAP platform.

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