Chemistry

Scanning Electron Microscopy Laboratory

The Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) Laboratory consists of one instrument: an analytical, low vacuum JEOL JSM-6010LA InTouchScope equipped with the latest Bruker Silicon Drift Detector for energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) analysis and mapping with a resolution of 125 eV. A gold sputter coater is also available on a fee per use basis.

The SEM Lab is located in the sub-basement (room 2A) of the Gunning/Lemieux Chemistry Centre. Please note that the available instrument belongs to Prof. Michael Serpe's research group and is available to department members for a nominal fee. To arrange access, please contact Dr. Serpe or Dr. Michael Ferguson.

Reservation

To reserve the instrument, log in to your Apps@UAlberta account and add a new event in the chemSEM@ualberta.ca calendar.