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XPS spectrometer

4 May 2021 | Product
by Ian Michael

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the Thermo Scientific Nexsa G2 surface analysis system, an automated X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) instrument. Compared to the previous Nexsa model, the new instrument’s improved sensitivity detects weak signals below 0.1 Å more easily and produces reliable, high-quality data. Software improvements and improved automation enable users to strengthen data integrity and easily correlate information obtained from a range of integrated analysis techniques. New features of the Nexsa G2 include: integration of multiple analytical techniques, including a Raman spectroscopy option; sample heating and electrical biasing; next generation Thermo Scientific Avantage Data Software for instrument control, data acquisition and processing, and flexible reporting functions; a MAGCIS dual beam ion source that facilitates depth profile analysis of soft and hard materials using gas cluster or monatomic ions, which has been designed to minimise surface damage and enable research on a wide collection of materials; automation that facilitates remote access and operation.

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