New Gilder Mesh Grids for transmission electron microscopy are available in gold, copper, nickel & copper/palladium. Products include SEM finder grids, TEM specimen support grids & thin-bar athene grids.
Each of the 60 square grids is identified using a base two binary numbering system. The six binary number symbols appear on the bottom grid bars along the horizontal axis. Zero is represented by a short pillar and one by a longer pillar.
The second image is an enlarged view of grid square #9 - a long pillar at the extreme right represents decimal 1 and a long pillar fourth from the right represents a decimal 8.
Due to increasing interest in the use of high mesh value TEM specimen support grids in life science, materials science, semiconductor and nanotechnology we are pleased to supply this 2000 mesh grid. This grid is designed to improve support for thin specimens and membranes and has a high hole/bar ratio.
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