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Elemental Mapping is the first expansion of the Phenom proX EDS-technology. The new 2.0 Element Identification (EID) software and the introduction of Elemental Mapping create a state of the art combination of hardware integration and dedicated software.

Phenom-World is introducing Elemental Mapping for the PhenomTM proX desktop scanning electron microscope

Eindhoven, The Netherlands | Posted on December 3rd, 2012

-The introduction of the Elemental Mapping functionality for the Phenom proX desktop SEM opens up another information source. Where the standard EID generates information of individual spots on the sample, Elemental Mapping gives insight to the general distribution of the elements.

After the successful launch of the Phenom proX in March 2012, the first significant software update is now available. Besides the integration of the Elemental Mapping, the from Fibermetric renown step by step guided process is introduced into this software. This process guides the user to make all steps necessary to get the desired results. Whether a fast and efficient point analysis or a complex high detailed mapping is needed, it is a fast and easy job with the Phenom Elemental Identification software.

Smart mapping software options like real-time mapping algorithm show live build up of the selected element maps while storing spectra of each pixel. This allows adding or removing elements at any time during or after the mapping process. Mixing the mapped elements with the backscatter image gives users a phenomenal insight on the distribution of elements within the sample.

Elemental Mapping is an option available for any Phenom proX system. Visit our website www.phenom- world.com for application examples and a movie on Elemental Mapping and other EDS applications.

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About Phenom-World
Phenom-World is a leading global supplier of desktop scanning electron microscopes and imaging and analysis packages for sub-micron-scale applications. Our SEM-based systems are used in a broad range of markets and environments. We continuously invest, develop, and integrate our products to help customers improve their return on investment, time to data, and to increase system functionality.

With representatives in more than 40 countries and a fast-growing installed base, we are committed to supporting our customers with our highly skilled team of specialists who provide application and service support on a global scale. We help our customers with excellent and fast results from the micro and nano world by supplying worry-free imaging and analysis.

Phenom-World BV is based in the high-tech region of Eindhoven in the Netherlands. This strategic position and collaboration with partners gives Phenom-World access to the newest technologies and best resources for developing state-of-the-art equipment and applications.

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