Titan™ 80-300 S/TEM electron microscope, a product of Hillsboro, Oregon based FEI Company, has been unveiled at Imperial College London. The company describes its microscope as “world’s most powerful commercially-available scanning/transmission electron microscopes and one of the only instruments capable of viewing and analyzing individual atoms and the bonds which join them.”
The company provides the following specs:
The FEI Titan family currently offers the Titan 80-300 kV S/TEM, the world’s most powerful, commercially-available transmission electron microscope (TEM). Since its release in 2005, the Titan has been widely acclaimed both for its ability to deliver ground-breaking results and for its superior product design. It has rapidly become the preferred S/TEM of leading researchers around the world, enabling discovery and exploration down to sub-Ångstrëm resolution in both TEM and S/TEM modes.
Performing at the 32 nm node, FEI’s Titan 80-300 kv transmission electron microscope images nanostructures with the highest level of detail available today–down to the sub-Ångstrëm level, providing critical data for process development and materials research on a highly stable, easy-to-use platform. Titan is the next generation of a unique 80-300 kV range microscope for corrector and monochromator technologies.
The stability, performance and ease-of-use of Titan enable corrected microscopy to be taken to the next level, where new discoveries on the structure and property relationships of materials become possible at ever-decreasing scales. The Titan system is poised to bring electron microscopy into a new era by expanding boundaries and assisting scientists and researchers to achieve ground-breaking results in nanoresearch.