Hi John,

Yes, the JEOL EDS system with the 8230 and the 8530F are SSD, and they do full spectral imaging.  The user simply selects a check box and the full spectrum is collected at each pixel.

Regards,
Pete


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On Jan 26, 2015, at 5:19 PM, John Fournelle wrote:

I am unclear whether the JEOL EDS system supplied with 8230 and 8530 are SiLi or SDD. I would assume SDD, but in discussing this question with at least one 8530 lab (with integrated Jeol EDS), there was no apparent evidence that a complete spectral pattern was acquired either in spot mode or mapping mode (of course, ROIs were easily defined and acquired)..  Can someone clarify is  for me? Thanks

John

John Fournelle
Senior Scientist
Director, Electron Probe and SEM Lab
University of Wisconsin Dept of Geoscience
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Cell 608-438-7480

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