Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a nondestructive technique based on the emission of light from a material upon excitation by a high energy electron beam (or “cathode ray”). The CL detector fitted in a SEM microscope can be used as a powerful tool to characterize semiconducting materials in growth and device process development and probe:
HORIBA offers CL one port-interface solutions that are compatible with all commercial SEM and FIB systems. With its wide emission energy ranging from 0.5 to 6 eV, its Raman capability, and its spatial resolution ranging from µ to nano, the Horiba CLUE systems can analyze a broad panel of semiconducting materials: group IV, II-VI, III-Vs, III-nitrides, wide band gap (SiC), 2D materials, Quantum dots, Nanowires as well as devices for optoelectronics, photovoltaics, LEDs.
|Compatibility||All SEMs||All SEMs||All SEMs|
|Collection||Motorized Paraboloid mirror with fully retractable mechanism|
|Signal collection||ImagingCL, Spectral & Hyperspectral CL, Time-resolved CL||Imaging CL, Spectral & Hyperspectral CL, Time-resolved CL, Angular-resolved CL||Raman, PL, CL|
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