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SEMTech Solutions Analytical Testing Laboratory has launched a new website designed to showcase its capabilities through a gallery of their microscopy work.

“Calling all Microscopists!” SEMTech Solutions new Microscopy Services Website is fast becoming a reference library for materials analysis.

North Billerica, MA | Posted on April 29th, 2009

SEMTech Solutions Analytical Testing Laboratory announces the launch of its new website. The site can be found at www.atl.semtechsolutions.com.

This new website provides users with images and descriptions of Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) techniques for various materials. Also included is information about SEMTech Solution's services, capabilities, and equipment. Visitors to the site will be able to access on-line instructions and forms to submit samples for testing and analysis.

"We are excited to launch the new website and view this as an opportunity to provide our current and potential partners with detailed information regarding our capabilities," said Dr. Ernie Dobi, Lab Manager. "Furthermore, the new website will allow users to readily get the information they need when selecting our FE-SEM Analytical Testing Laboratory as their laboratory of choice."

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About SEMTech Solutions, Inc
SEMTech Solutions Microscopy Laboratory is located in North Billerica, Massachusetts USA. Our Microscopy Lab is an unbiased resource, providing confidential research and developmental support for materials testing, identification, technical problem solving, and analysis. Our laboratory includes a Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FE-SEM), a unique 3D FE-SEM for surface roughness analysis, a Polarizing Light Microscope (PLM), and several stereo optical microscopes. The FE-SEM is also equipped with a Silicon Drift Elemental Dispersive Spectrometer (EDS) for elemental analysis and Robinson Backscattered Electron (BSE) Detector for atomic number imaging.

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Gary Brake
(978) 663-9822 x232


SEMTech Solutions, Inc.
6 Executive Park Drive
North Billerica, MA 01862
(978) 663-9822

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