Our Physical Electronics surface analysis solutions make it easy to determine the structure or elements of the material. Accurate analysis is performed through light scattering and their collection in the detector, and the results are clearly presented and conveniently plotted as curves. You can choose from different models to suit your needs and the specifications of your surface analysis research.
PHI VersaProbe 4 Scanning XPS Microprobe
Introducing the Physical Electronics VersaProbe 4, the latest PHI XPS product line generation with a patented, monochromatic, micro-focused, scanning X-ray source. The PHI X-ray Spectroscope (XPS/ESCA) offers true SEM-like ease of operation with superior micro area spectroscopy and large-area capabilities.
This XPS equipment is essential in studying today’s advanced materials and supporting material characterization and problem-solving needs in any industrial or analytical research laboratory. With this improved spectroscopic performance, you can study various materials – polymers, metals, ceramics, catalysts, thin coatings, magnetic media, biomedical devices and other materials.
PHI Genesis Fully Automated Multi-Technique Scanning XPS/HAXPES Microprobe
The PHI Genesis is the latest fully automated X-ray product line generation with a patented, monochromatic, micro-focused, scanning X-ray source. This X-ray spectroscope is designed for complex surface analyses. The integrated XPS, HAXPES, UPS, LEIPS, REELS, and AES solutions into the multi-technique platform will meet all analytical needs. By combining XPS and HAXPES sources, you can also perform in-depth, quantitative and chemical analysis of nanoparticles in a single study while eliminating potential damage from the ion source.
PHI 710 Scanning Auger Nanoprobe
We are introducing the PHI 710 spectroscope, which scans Auger electrons by spectroscopy and microscopy techniques. An efficient AES spectroscopy instrument provides elemental and chemical state information from the sample surface, nano-scale features, thin films, and interfaces.
The PHI 710 spectroscope is ideally suited for the most demanding AES applications. With the best Auger electron imaging performance, this spectroscope provides superior imaging performance, spatial resolution, sensitivity, and spectral energy resolution.