Hummingbird Scientific’s in-situ furnace heating holder for the transmission electron microscope allows researchers to observe and characterize material behaviors and microstructures at elevated temperatures. The holder is designed to ensure high-resolution imaging across its entire temperature range, and it can support both traditional TEM and environmental TEM (ETEM) applications. The holder has been thermally optimized for low power input and minimal sample drift and settling time in order to minimize test durations.
The holder’s software interface, which controls all holder functions and data collection, features both closed-loop and open-loop temperature control for maximum flexibility and accuracy.
- Phase transformations
- High-temperature microstructural changes
- In-situ studies of gas-solid reactions (with ETEM)
- Catalysis materials studies