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Microcomputed Tomography

GE Inspection Technologies v|tome|x s 240kV microfocus X-ray computed tomography system with additional 180kV HPNF submicron X-ray tube (nanoCT) and high-contrast digital flat panel detector

The microCT system enables external and internal evaluation of intact objects, not otherwise possible without permanent damage. Like computed tomography (“CAT scanning”) in human medicine, microCT equipment acquires successive X-ray image slices of an object. Once the images are obtained, sophisticated software and a powerful computer workstation manipulate them to provide highly detailed information: digital 3D reconstruction, exterior and interior measurements, density analysis, defect inspection, and surface rendering for finite element analysis. This type of nondestructive testing has wide-ranging research and commercial applications; come by to see how this exciting new technology can contribute to your research.

National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Biological Infrastructure Award #1229417

Transmission Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis

Scanning Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis

Sample Preparation and Ancillary Equipment

  • Cross Section Polisher, JEOL IB09010CP
  • Dimple Grinder GATAN model 656
  • GATAN Precision Ion Polishing System
  • Ultrasonic Cutter GATAN Model 601
  • Disc Grinder GATAN Model 623
  • RMC MTXL Ultramicrotome
  • Cryoultramicrotome:  RMC Powertome XL with CR-X crysectioning system
  • 2 sputter coaters for metallic conductive coating of SEM samples
  • Carbon coater, high-vacuum, Cressington 208C Turbo
  • Critical-point Drier, Tousimis autosamdri®-810
  • Precision saw, Buehler IsoMet 1000
  • Tensile stage, Deben MICROTEST

Light Microscopy - Olympus, Nikon, and Leitz research-grade compound and stereo light microscopes

Secure digital imaging, storage, and retrieval capabilities

All of our instruments are in climate-controlled rooms for your comfort and best performance.

Electron Microscopy and Nondestructive Inspection

Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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NDSU Electron Microscopy Center

1307 N. 18th Street, Fargo, North Dakota


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