Argon Ion Polishing of Focused Ion Beam Specimens in PIPS II System
23 September 2014

This application note discusses broad argon beam ion milling and focused ion bean milling using the PIPS II System. These two most common techniques are used for preparation of electron transparent specimens for a diverse class of materials, including semiconductors, metals and ceramics.

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