Author Topic: Online resources (webinars, application notes, poster) on EPMA, SEM, EDS etc  (Read 1677 times)

Anette von der Handt

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I thought I share my collection of online resources that I accumulated over the years. There may be one or the other document that others might find worthwhile. Please share any of yours.

Online resources for EPMA, WDS, EDS, SEM.
The following are in no particular order.


Thermo Fisher

Thermo Fisher has excellent webinars on EDS and WDS but also image processing. You can either watch the webinar or just download the slides

https://www.thermofisher.com/us/en/home/industrial/spectroscopy-elemental-isotope-analysis/spectroscopy-elemental-isotope-analysis-learning-center/spectroscopy-elemental-isotope-analysis-resource-library/microanalysis-webinars.html

Application notes can be found here (you can refine the search terms further)
https://www.thermofisher.com/search/supportSearch?navId=4294959593&query=eds

Bruker

Bruker also provides webinars and slides for EDS, WDS, EBSD, Micro-XRF on SEM and Micro-CT for SEM.

https://www.bruker.com/service/education-training/webinars/eds-ebsd-and-micro-ct-for-sem.html

https://www.bruker.com/service/education-training/webinars/eds-ebsd-and-micro-ct-for-sem/micro-xrf-archive.html

as well as application notes

http://www.brukersupport.com/BrukerDownloads/1


Oxford

Application notes
https://www.oxford-instruments.com/businesses/nanotechnology/nanoanalysis/campaigns/application-note-library

Oxford on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/user/oxinst/playlists


EDAX

Webinars
http://www.edax.com/mobile/news_events/web-seminars.aspx

Applications notes, interactive periodic table, interactive slide ruler etc
http://www.edax.com/Literature/index.aspx


JEOL

Various materials on EPMA (including a nice L-value table)
http://www.jeolusa.com/RESOURCES/Electron-Optics/Documents-Downloads?EntryId=172

Various materials on SEM
http://www.jeolusa.com/RESOURCES/Electron-Optics/Documents-Downloads?EntryId=5

I always distribute "SEM Q&A" , "SEM A to Z" and "A guide to scanning microscope observation"  in my class. They are also available in print from JEOL.

Cameca

Application notes EPMA
Some very nice application notes. A few only available on request
http://www.cameca.com/literature/application-notes.aspx#epma

EPMA Literature overview
http://www.cameca.com/literature/scientific-publications/epma.aspx


Other
In my opinion, excellent class notes by James Wittke at Northern Arizona University
http://nau.edu/CEFNS/Labs/Electron-Microprobe/Class-Notes/

MyScope, Tutorials on microanalysis and SEM
http://ammrf.org.au/myscope/

Everyone is probably already aware of John Fournelle's excellent collection of class notes, literature etc.
http://www.geology.wisc.edu/~johnf/g777/
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