岩石、鉱物、貴金属、先端材料の調査

原材料・天然資源

原材料

資産価値を最大化するマルチスケールソリューション

ZEISSは、光、X線、電子、イオン顕微鏡と高度なデータ解析によるイメージングソリューションの幅広いポートフォリオを提供し、天然資源の特性とプロセスを可視化、特性化、定量化します。ZEISSのソリューションは、相関ワークフローを介して長さスケールをリンクし、データから知識を提供して、情報に基づいた意思決定を提供します。

  • 原材料の特性を把握し、分類
  • 油層の岩盤が貯留性能に与える影響を理解
  • 鉱石・宝石・貴金属の回収拡大
  • ミクロからナノスケールまで、鉄鋼やその他の金属の構造と進化を解析
  • 高度な材料を完全に理解するために、様々なモダリティを多次元的に使用

Tutorials

Basic concepts in microscopy
Through various sections, learn more about the principles of microscopy and get detailed advice and comments on how to use the different methods with your microscope. For instance, start with the concepts of image formation, numerical aperture and the Köhler illumination.

How the Microscope Forms Images

Optical microscopes belong to a class of instruments that are said to be diffraction limited, meaning that resolution is determined in part by the number of diffraction orders created by the specimen that can be successfully captured by the objective and imaged by the optical system.

Basic Microscopy

Köhler Illumination

Illumination of the specimen is the most important variable in achieving high-quality images in microscopy and critical photomicrography. Köhler illumination was first introduced in 1893 by August Köhler of the Carl Zeiss corporation as a method of providing the optimum specimen illumination.

Achieving High-Quality Images

Numerical Aperture and Resolution

The numerical aperture of a microscope objective is the measure of its ability to gather light and to resolve fine specimen detail while working at a fixed object (or specimen) distance. Resolution is determined by the number of diffracted wavefront orders captured by the objective.

Resolve Fine Specimen Detail