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UMD Scanning Electron Microscopy Laboratory

University of Minnesota, Duluth
http://www.d.umn.edu/SEM/

Contact Information

Bryan Bandli

218-726-7362

bbandli@d.umn.edu

Duluth

MINNESOTA

Instrument Type

ELECTRON MICROBEAM - SEM scanning electron microscope (including BSE, back-scattered electron detector) ELECTRON MICROBEAM - EDS energy dispersive spectrometer ELECTRON MICROBEAM - CL cathodoluminescence detector +/- spectrometer

Application:

Mineral structure (atomic) Micro-imaging

Typical Use:

Conditions for Use:

Submitted samples will be analyzed on a contract basis (i.e. lab personnel will do the work) Visitors are invited to work in the lab to work with lab personnel Visitors are invited to work in the lab to design and do the work yourself Training Session (short course) is offered

User Fees:

hourly beam time and staff assistance rates, per sample preparation charges

Instrument Priorities:

Remote Use:

Sample Preparation:

Standard Collections/Lab Blanks:

Software:

Educational Use:

Class demonstrations are available for undergraduates Class demonstrations are available for K-12 Undergraduate student research projects are invited Graduate student research projects are invited


Support provided by:

NSF Grant


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