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  1. How a desktop SEM saves lab operators a lot of time

    How a desktop SEM saves lab operators a lot of time
    Is it true that as a lab operator, you work under constant time pressure? Do you find it challenging to deliver output quickly? Does it take hard work to maintain your high standard of quality? Here we explain how a tabletop scanning electron microscope (SEM) can be used to increase your research productivity and therefore to save a lot of...
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  2. Re-defining Analog Signal Generation

    If you require multiple signals for characterising components such as amplifiers, mixers and ADC’s or want to drive multiple LO’s with excellent phase coherence for multiple antenna systems then the Tabor Lucid multi-channel Series will be the ideal product. The Benchtop version of the Lucid series offers up to 12GHz of frequency range, 4 phase coherent channels, a 5” touch...
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  3. Zygo SmartSetup™

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZsC-wJoCY-w SmartSetup is a feature implemented on Zygo’s latest generation of 3D optical profilers to address four important setup tasks:  1. Find the part2. Set the appropriate light level3. Set the appropriate scan range4. Get the first measurement Finding the part (i.e. fringes) can be time-consuming for experienced as well as new users. It is often relatively easy to find fringes at higher magnifications like 10x on a rough surface, but it...
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  4. Advanced Microwave Topics for Quantum Physicists

    Mark Elo, US National Sales Manager, Tabor Electronics RF and Microwave theory sits on the shoulders of Maxwell, and Hertz with the theoretical development of the connection between electricity and magnetism that started in the early 1800s. Today the use of RF and Microwave radios are ubiquitous, used by everyone every day, but still, the subject remains complex and takes...
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  5. A New Paradigm for the Classical to Quantum Computing Interface

    By Joan Mercade, Field Application Engineer, Tabor Electronics New trends in RF/µW signal generation and acquisition and real-time closed-loop control for classical to quantum computing interfacing. The Classical/Quantum Interface in the figure below is implemented by the Proteus AWT (Arbitrary Waveform Transceiver). The figure below depicts how the Proteus AWT can be used to control multiple Qubits in an operational...
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  6. New developments in spark production of nanoparticles

    T.V. Pfeiffer, J. Feng, A. Schmidt-Ott Department of Chemical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft 2628 BL, Netherlands The paper selects a number of recent developments in spark production of nanoparticles that are important for production of nanopowders and nanoparticulate materials. It explains the method, including recent improvements, and refers to theoretical considerations as well as practical experience in controlling...
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  7. Quick Start Guide - Navitar Optical Wizard

    Learning From the Wizard Part of the wizard's mission is to provide you with the ability to learn the background of some of the technology involved in your vision system. If you hover your mouse cursor over a phrase and a green symbol appears , clicking on it will assist in answering the questions or add to your background knowledge of...
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  8. Scalable High-Throughput Electrocatalyst Screening Webinar

    Together with Avantium, VSPARTICLE, prepared and screened 64 different Ni-Fe electrocatalysts in high throughput using the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer (VSP-P1). These electrocatalysts were employed in the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) using a high-throughput electrochemical cell. https://youtu.be/LSDiIkryfSI
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  9. Accelerating material discovery through rapid material prototyping

    Accelerating the development of new nanostructured materials is key in solving some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. By introducing a fully automated and reproducible production process of new nanostructured materials, VSPARTICLE is helping researchers to accelerate their exploration of the material world and explore unique quantum properties. https://www.youtube.com/embed/fl-7AMM4oDY
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  10. A paradigm shift in electrocatalyst synthesis

    Solid catalysts are at the heart of 90 % today’s energy and chemical industries. Catalysts have a vital role in both established and emerging industrial processes and remain indispensable as we develop new processes while addressing societies greatest challenges linked to sustainable energy production and climate change. Developing new and more efficient electrocatalysts is an essential step to securing a...
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