Microscopes calibration service

With the aim of serving customers with the best after-sales services, EMIN Vietnam has established the Equipment Inspection - Calibration - Repair Service Center. With the support from numerous equipment manufacturers in the world, EMIN Vietnam possesses well-prepared calibrating instruments. EMIN Vietnam has successfully repaired and calibrated specialized equipment in Vietnam, ensuring the quickness, effectiveness and convenience for customers. Only few technical trading company in Vietnam do possess this technical capacity including EMIN Vietnam.

>> Microscope
- A microscope is a device used to observe small objects that the naked eye cannot see by creating magnified images of that object. The microscope can be from 40 to 3000 times normal magnification. The technique of observing and recording images with microscopes is called microscopy.

>> Other information
Today, microscopes can range from optical microscopes using visible light, to electron microscopes, scanning probes, or transmitting microscopes. Optical radiation ... The microscope is widely used in many disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, materials science, medicine and was developed not only as an observation tool but also as a tool. strong analysis.

♦ Microscope Types

 >> Optical microscope: A group of microscopes that use visible light on the object to be observed, and glass lenses to magnify through the refractive principles of light through a glass lens. .

 >> Near-field scanning optical microscope: is an optical microscope technique that allows observing surface structures with resolution. very high, exceeding the limit of visible light diffraction in conventional optical microscopes (far field). This technique is performed by placing a detector very close to the surface of the specimen to receive the ephemeral magnetic signals of the light waves emitted when scanning a beam of light across the surface of the specimen. With this technique, one can capture a surface image with a horizontal resolution of about 20 nm, a vertical resolution of 2-5 nm, and only depending on the size of the aperture.

 >> Electron microscope: A group of microscopy techniques in which light radiation sources are replaced by narrow electron beams that are accelerated under voltages from a few tens of kV to several hundred kV. Instead of using glass lenses, electron microscopes use magnetic lenses to focus the electron beam, and the system is placed in a high vacuum chamber.

 >> Scanning probe microscopy: (often abbreviated as SPM) is the common name of the microscope group in which the surface imaging of the specimen is performed. by scanning a small probe across the surface of the specimen.

 >> X-ray microscope

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Equipment Inspection - Calibration - Repair Service Center - EMIN Vietnam JSC 

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