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electron optics

[i′lek‚trän ′äp·tiks]
(electronics)
The study of the motion of free electrons under the influence of electric and magnetic fields.
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Philips Electron Optics began selling Philips Electron Optics International's TECNAI series of easy-to-use transmission microscopes equipped with the Windows NT operating system.
The combination of the new highly sophisticated platform with advanced variable shaped beam electron optics enables Vistec to address mask writing as well as electron-beam direct write application demands for future technology nodes according to the ITRS roadmap.
The adjustment of the electron optics should be fast, stable and easy to do on a clear user interface.
The EVO series of scanning electron microscopes feature high resolution electron optics, analytical chamber designs, and specimen stages.
With the unique combination of GEMINI ultra-performance electron optics and LEO's variable pressure technology, the LEO 1530VP delivers outstanding capabilities in a range of applications.
Core expertise in light and electron optics, complemented by a femto-second laser technology form the foundation of a product portfolio comprising in-die metrology, actinic qualification, repair and tuning of photomasks.
He has a PhD in Physics and Electron Optics from TE-bingen University, in Germany and has acquired an unusually wide range of capabilities and experiences over the years.
In general, the electron optics of an SEM consist of a gun and both condenser and objective electromagnetic lenses operating in a vacuum.
Progress also is being made in developing more conventional electron optics that operate at low voltages, typically 0.
Core expertise in light and electron optics, complemented by a femto-second laser technology, form the foundation of a product portfolio comprising in-die metrology, actinic qualification, repair and tuning of photomasks.
The EBPG5200 electron optics and column design provides not only high resolution, but also delivers high beam currents resulting in very high throughput, high resolution patterning.
Based on FEI's renowned Titan[TM] TEM platform, the Titan Krios combines the power of the Titan electron optics, with a sophisticated cryogenic sample stage and sample handling robotics for a completely automated, high-throughput life sciences TEM solution.

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