Used Ion Milling for sale

Ion milling is a specialized technique used in the fields of material science and engineering to prepare samples for advanced analysis and characterization. It involves bombarding a sample surface with high-energy ions, typically argon ions, in order to remove material in a controlled and precise manner. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber to prevent any interference from gases in the atmosphere. It starts with the sample being placed on a sample holder or stage that can be tilted and rotated to expose different areas of the sample to the ion beam. The ion source emits a beam of ions that are accelerated towards the sample surface. The high-energy ions cause sputtering, a process where atoms from the sample surface are dislodged and ejected. The sputtered atoms are then directed away from the sample and towards a collector or pumped out of the chamber. By controlling the energy and angle of the ion beam, the rate and direction of sputtering can be adjusted to remove material uniformly across the sample surface. Ion milling offers several advantages over other sample preparation techniques. It provides a clean and precise method for removing material without introducing any damage or artifacts. It is particularly useful for thinning samples to a desired thickness for transmission electron microscopy (TEM) or for creating cross-sections of materials for analysis using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Ion milling can also be used for polishing and smoothing surfaces, as well as removing contaminants or surface layers.

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