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Sample Preparation for Electron Microscopy

When it comes to great results, stunning performance or breakthrough discoveries, you will find one thing that all of them have in common: their precise and careful preparation.

In the field of electron microscopy, perfect sample preparation is a prerequisite and crucial step. Leica Microsystems offers a comprehensive product portfolio for preparation of biological, medical and industrial samples. Concentrating on workflow solutions we provide a product range that is perfectly aligned to all your needs for precise sample preparation in TEM, SEM, and AFM investigations. Each Leica solution consists of several instruments that are perfectly geared to one another to form a seamless workflow for your sample.

Be prepared – for great results in EM Sample Preparation!

Perfect preparation makes the difference between trying and achieving, between failure and success, between results and excellent results. So be prepared for great results with Leica Microsystems!

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Leica EM Cryo CLEM set based on Leica DM6 FS


Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy System

Automatic Plunge Freezer EM GP2


Automatic Plunge Freezer

Low Vacuum Coater Leica EM ACE200

Leica EM ACE200

Low vacuum sputter and carbon thread coater

EM Sample Preparation Freeze Fracture System Leica EM ACE900

Leica EM ACE900

High-End EM Sample Preparation Freeze Fracture System

Leica EM CTD (accessories not included)

Leica EM CTD

Fast, Reliable Cryo Tool Drying for Efficient Cryo EM workflow

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

Leica EM FC7

Cryochamber for Leica EM UC7 and EM UC6

The Leica EM AFS2 - Freeze Substitution and Low Temperature Embedding System

Leica EM AFS2

Freeze Substitution and Low Temperature Embedding System for Light and Electron Microscopy

The Leica EM TP Automated Routine Tissue Processor

Leica EM TP

Automated routine tissue processor

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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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