Widely used analytical instruments – spectroscopes- are designed to analyze materials through light scattering and their collection in the detector. These devices make it easy to identify substances and graphically display the analysis results conveniently. Sample curves are compared with databases, thus determining the structure or elements of the material.
The following measurements can be performed with our spectroscopes: absorption, fluorescence, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), near-infrared spectroscopy, reflector and transmittance, and emission spectroscopy. You can choose from different models to suit your needs and your research specifications.
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS / ESCA)
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS / ESCA) is a surface analysis technique widely used in industry and research. XPS provides quantitative element and chemical status information from surfaces and thin-film structures and is used for a variety of materials such as polymers, metals, ceramics, catalysts, thin films, photovoltaic cells, batteries, wear coatings, nanomaterials, semiconductor devices, magnetic media, display technologies, and biomedical devices.
We introduce the VersaProbe III – the latest generation of the PHI XPS product line with improved performance and integrated performance capabilities that help to research the most important materials of our time more efficiently. The PHI X-ray Spectroscope (XPS/ ESCA) has an easy-to-use electron-scanning microscope-type control with various excitation sources, ion guns, sample processing, and transmission capabilities — specifications that are essential for the study of modern materials.
PHI 710 Auger Electron Spectroscope
The PHI 710 Auger Electron Spectroscope, which scans Auger electrons by spectroscopy and microscopy, is a highly efficient AES spectroscopy instrument that provides information on elemental and chemical states from sample surfaces and nano-level structures, thin films, and contact zones.
The PHI 710 is designed to handle your most complex AES applications. The PHI 710’s Auger Electron Spectroscope has the best Auger electron imaging characteristics, spatial resolution, sensitivity, and spectral energy resolution.