University of Victoria Electron Microscopy Laboratory
Victoria, BC, CA
Academic Core Facility
The Electron Microscope Laboratory functions as an Electron Microscopy resource center for the Biology Department, other Departments within the University of Victoria, and external non-UVic personnel.
The EM Lab operates on a cost recovery basis.
The EM Lab is managed by Brent Gowen who has +30 years biological microscopy experience.
Jeol JEM-1011 Transmission Electron Microscope
Tungsten filament, up to 120 kV
Gatan Erlangshen 4k x 2.5K CCD camera
Hitachi S-3500N Scanning Electron Microscope
Tungsten filament, up to 30 kV
Secondary and Backscattered Electron Imaging
Oxford Instruments Link ISIS EDS X-Ray Microanalysis System on the S-3500N SEM
Leica Ultracaut UCT
Reichert Ultracut E
Leica EM KMR2 Knifemaker
Leica CPD 300 Critical Point Dryer
Polaron High Vacuum Evaporator
Carbon deposition electrode
Electrode for platinum, gold, etc deposition
Glow Discharge attachment
Normal ancillary equipment associated with an Electron Microscope Laboratory
|University of Victoria Electron Microscopy Laboratory Room 065 Cunningham Building Department of Biology Victoria, BC, V8W 3N5 Canada|
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