Energy dispersive spectrometer

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EDAX has added a new Octane Elect energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) system to its existing line of EDS instruments. The new instrument has increased functionality and higher resolution than the existing Element system and sits below the Octane Elite. It can be paired with electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) analysis as part of the integrated Pegasus EDS-EBSD Analysis System, and includes an EDS detector with a manual slide. All EDAX EDS systems include high-resolution silicon drift detectors.

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