Benning 700 Software Download
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We prepared a variety of tutorial videos for you. By doing so, we want to give you an idea of how easy it is to work with our measurement software OXYGEN. Do you maybe already use OXYGEN? Then we have even more good news for you! In addition to our tutorial videos, you can find many trainings and step-by-step guides on our website. Simply follow the links below.
Since the new release of our intuitive measurement software OXYGEN 6.2, it now also runs without restrictions on the Linux operating system. Beside Windows, our software now supports the distributions Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL8) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
You like OXYGEN, but it does not cover all your needs? Customize it! We are proud to announce our new plugin interface, which gives you the possibility to add more software functions on your own. Learn more in our OXYGEN SDK brochure.
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For microscopic imaging and qualitative elemental analyses, dried samples were placed on an aluminium stub, then coated with a 3 nm platinum layer and analyzed using a Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscope (FEG-SEM, LEO 1530) equipped with an Oxford Instruments energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) detector and INCA software. Images were collected at 3 kV and a working distance of 4 mm, while for EDX analysis a working distance of 8 mm and an accelerating voltage to 15 kV were used. Quantitative nanodiffraction and elemental analyses of selected samples were carried out using a Philips CM200 Field-Emission Gun -Transmission Electron Microscope (FEG-TEM) equipped with an Oxford Instrument UTW Energy Dispersive X-ray spectrometer (EDS) and selected area diffraction (SAED) capabilities. The dried samples were re-suspended in ethanol by ultrasonication and deposited on standard holey carbon support films on copper grids (Agar Scientific Ltd) and imaged at 197 keV.