The Philips CM30 is a 300kV analytical TEM/STEM with a LaB6 source,
which was installed in 1992.
The CM30 is a medium resolution instrument for bright field/dark field imaging, basic analytical microscopy and diffraction studies.
Much of the design and layout is similar to that of the CM300, so the CM30 is an ideal machine for preparatory training for users wanting to use the FEGTEM.
Facilities available on this instrument include:
Liquid nitrogen, low background double tilt and high-tilt tomography sample holders
A low light level TV camera
Use of this microscope: Contact Jon Barnard (jsb43) for training.