ZEISS Xradia 620 Versa can non-destructively characterize the 3D microstructure of materials under controlled perturbations (in situ), and observe the evolution of structures over time (4D). By leveraging Resolution at a Distance, the Xradia Versa maintains highest resolution across large working distances, accommodating both sample, environmental chamber, and high precision in-situ load rigs without sacrificing resolution.
High power (25 W) X-Ray Source with energy range of 30 – 160 keV
Fully automatic control (filters, detectors, objectives) and reconstruction
High spatial resolution ~500 nm
A two-stage magnification- high resolution imaging at large working distances (RaaD)
Versatile sample sizes and types – stage travel range: X – 50 mm, Y – 100 mm, Z – 50 mm
Integrated in-situ testing stages
DragonFly Pro for advanced 3D visualization and analysis
MIT.nano (basement level)
60 Vassar Street (rear)
* Assistance with remote experiments will be billed at staff assisted use rate.
Anna Osherov, PhD
ASSISTED USE /TRAINING REQUEST