Location and contact information
- Location: CCNY, Marshak 021
- Staff: email@example.com
- Phone: 212 650 8591 (office) 347 398 1846 (cell)
- 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Online Calendar
Hourly recharge rates (Effective as of 05/01/2018)
Federal Rate: $38/h
Non-Federal Rate: $93/h
CCNY (internal) Rate: $26/h
About the Facility
The JEM2100 electron microscope provides solutions for a wide range of problems in the fields of materials, nanoelectronics, and biological sciences.
Our JEOL JEM2100 is a termionic (LaB6) TEM with a point to point resolution of 0.23 nm and a line resolution of 0.14 nm. It operates at a maximum voltage of 200 kV in Cryo and room temperature. Images can be acquired on film or in any of two digital cameras: Gatan Ultrascan 1000XP or Gatan Orius SC200.
The system can also be used for Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM) and will provide a resolution of 1 nm in STEM mode. The JEM2100 is also fitted with an Inca Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) system, which has an 80 mm2 crystal and an energy resolution of 129eV. The combination of STEM and EDS makes it a useful tool to analyze materials samples.
Our JEM2100 has the ability to look at frozen samples of virus in Cryo mode and will produce a tomogram at room temperature or from a frozen specimen.
The microscope was purchased in 2012 with funding provided by the State of New York through the City University of New York (CUNY).
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