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Thermo Fisher Scientific의 6월 뉴스레터입니다. SEM, XRF, OES, Gas sample transfer등 다양한 연구 장비를 활용하여 재료 연구에 관한 소식을 확인 하 실 수 있으십니다.


Thermo Fisher Scientific
Material Science Research Newsletter
 
Instruments and resources to advance your materials science research
 
From seamless sample transfer systems to reliable and cost-effective optical emission spectrometers (OES) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers, Thermo Fisher Scientific provides the modern tools you need for your materials science research. Read on to learn about these cutting-edge tools. See how our dedicated Materials Science Research Center can help you advance your knowledge. Learn which events we’ll be attending. We hope you enjoy this June issue of our newsletter.
 
 
Seamless inert gas sample transfer workflow
 
Sample preparation for scanning/transmission electron microscopy (S/TEM) analysis is one of the most critical and time-consuming tasks in a multi-scale, multi-modal battery research workflow. Optimal sample preparation and sample transfer between various instruments without compromising sample integrity is crucial for any microscopic material analysis. If the sample is air- or moisture-sensitive, like lithium, this can be an even more challenging process.
 
The Thermo Scientific™ Inert Gas Sample Transfer (IGST) Workflow uses tools like the Thermo Scientific CleanConnect™ Sample Transfer System to allow you to focus on your research rather than worry about degradation of the sample. The CleanConnect System is compatible with a variety of scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) and DualBeam™ systems to enable seamless, results-focused workflows.
 
 
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Download our brochure ›
 
 
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Automation systems for OES and XRF spectrometers
 
Our company was first to recognize the opportunities in the metals and mining industries for automated sample preparation and analysis as part of quality control processes. Since the mid-1980s, this has led to the design and development of a range of flexible automation systems integrating the most advanced technologies and productivity enhancement tools, such as robots.
 
We have continued to enhance our automation solutions for optical emission spectrometers (OES) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers to meet your stringent needs. Today, the Thermo Scientific™ series of SMS automation systems span the entire metal and mining industry spectrum—from large aluminum smelters to modern steel works, including foundries and metals processors with varied capacities and needs.
 
 
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Watch our latest automation system in action ›
 
 
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Download our full automation range eBook ›
 
 
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Read our selection guide ›
 
 
 
Introducing our Materials Science Learning Center
 
Innovative materials play essential roles in safety, clean energy, transportation, human health, and industrial productivity. Whether exploring alternative energy sources or developing stronger, lighter materials and sophisticated nanodevices, electron microscopy, spectroscopy, and microanalysis can provide insight at all scales and modalities.
 
Visit our new Materials Science Learning Center to access a targeted collection of application notes, case studies, videos, webinars, and white papers covering a range of materials science research applications.
Also, be sure to go to check out our dedicated learning centers for scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS).
 
 
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Visit our Materials Science Learning Center 
 
 
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Visit our Scanning Electron Microscope Learning Center ›
 
 
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Visit our X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Learning Center ›
 
 
 
See what's new on our blog:
 
Advancing Materials Blog and LinkedIn page
 
Whether it is art restoration, better batteries, or microplastics in water, this blog and new LinkedIn page feature the latest and greatest for analyzing and making better materials for everyday products. We focus on spectroscopy and structural techniques that can help scientists answer the questions that enable breakthrough discoveries in life sciences, materials science, and industry.
 
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Upcoming Events:
 
analytica 2022
 
June 21–24, 2022, Munich, Germany
Join us in booth B1.101 at the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, and biotechnology.
 
Register now ›
 
 
The Battery Show Europe
 
June 28–30, 2022, Stuttgart, Germany
We will be showcasing leading-edge instruments that accelerate battery research at Messe Stuttgart. Please join us in Booth 10-H16 to see how you can take battery development to the next level.
 
Register now ›
 
 
ACHEMA
 
August 22–26, 2022, Frankfurt, Germany
Join us as we demonstrate our laboratory and analytical techniques for the process industries.
 
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Forum LABO
 
September 19–20, 2022, Lyon, France
Join us at this conference of laboratory technicians from both the private and public sectors as they shape the laboratory of tomorrow.
 
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World of Technology & Science (WoTS)
 
September 27–30, 2022, Utrecht, Netherlands
See how the worlds of technology and science come together at WoTS 2022.
 
Register now ›
 
 
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