Preparazione di campioni per l'osservazione al microscopio elettronico

L'eccellente preparazione del campione è un prerequisito essenziale per una perfetta osservazione microscopica. Leica Microsystems dispone della gamma più completa di prodotti per la preparazione di campioni biologici, medici e industriali.

Prodotti per la preparazione di campioni per l'osservazione in microscopia elettronica (EM) 18

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Sistema correlativo di microscopia ottica ed elettronica

Congelatore ad alta pressione Leica EM ICE

Leica EM ICE

Congelatore ad alta pressione con possibilità di stimolazione luminosa

Vacuum Cryo Transfer System Leica VCT500

Leica EM VCT500

Sistema di criotrasferimento sottovuoto

EM Sample Preparation Freeze Fracture System Leica EM ACE900

Leica EM ACE900

High-End EM Preparazione del campione sistema per la tecnica del criodecapaggio

Leica EM CPD300 Automated Critical Point Dryer

Leica EM CPD300

Dispositivo automatico di essiccazione al punto critico

Leica EM KMR3

Dispositivo per la realizzazione di lame in vetro

Leica EM FC7 ‐ Cryochamber for Leica EM UC7 and EM UC6

Leica EM FC7

Criocamera per Leica EM UC7 e Leica EM UC6 -

Leica EM AFS2: sistema per la tecnica Freeze Substitution e l'inclusione a bassa temperatura

Leica EM AFS2

Sistema automatico per la sostituzione del ghiaccio (Freeze-Substitution) e l'inclusione a bassa temperatura per la microscopia ottica ed elettronica

Sistema di fresatura per pastiglie farmaceutiche EM RAPID


Sistema di fresatura per pastiglie farmaceutiche

Dispositivo di taglio campioni Leica EM TRIM2 per applicazioni TEM, SEM, LM

Leica EM TRIM2

Dispositivo di taglio campioni per microscopia elettronica a trasmissione (TEM), microscopia elettronica a scansione (SEM), microscopia ottica (LM)

Processatore automatico di tessuti di routine Leica EM TP

Leica EM TP

Processatore automatico di tessuti di routine

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Cross Section Surface

Cross Section Surface, Pre Paid Card RuO4stained, sectioned with diamond knife at room temperature, treated with a special plasma etching device, SEM image.

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