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GeoLasHD
GeoLasHD

GeoLasHD

Superior Solid Sampling at 193 nm

GeoLasHD is the next generation laser ablation system for all-encompassing LA-ICP-MS elemental and isotopic analysis. Powered by the mighty COMPex laser, it uniquely combines sturdy high-resolution optical design, expert polarizer microscope, and the latest HD camera technology. The new and intuitive EAGLE control software features real-time HD monitoring of micron-size features and seamless sample mapping with an optional external image overlay.

Solid Sampling UV Excimer System for LA-ICP-MS

Using 193 nm in solid sampling produces smaller particle sizes, highest signal intensities, and lowest intrinsic fractionation due to optimum material-light interaction. GeoLasHD has a sturdy design which is virtually maintenance-free and allows the user to focus on what matters the most – uncompromised solid sampling and data recording day after day.

Applications

Application
Process
Material

Solid Sample Analysis
Ablation-Material Removal
Ceramic
Composite
Glass
Metal
Semiconductor

Features & Benefits


Model
GeoLasHD
Wavelength (nm)
193
Energy Density on Sample (J/cm2)
1 - 50
Spot Diameter on Sample (µm)
2 - 160
Optical Resolution (µm)
1
Pulse Energy Stability (%, rms)
1
Beam Homogeneity (%, rms)
1
Max. Repetition Rate (Hz)
10 (opt. 100)
X,Y-Drive Min. Step Size (µm)
0.1
Z-Focus Min. Step Size (µm)
0.1

GeoLasHD Key Features
Ultrashort 193 nm wavelength for ablation in every material
Schwarzschild ablation objective enabling widest fluence range at superior crater bottom flatness
HD camera and EAGLE software package for wide area sample inspection with micron resolution
Multi-format sample cell with fast washout time to deliver stable and assignable ICP-MS signals
Sub-micron precision x-y-z stage and bidirectional control of mass spectrometer to provide the highest process control

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