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Ion Beam Application (IBA) welcomes you at Arab Health 2017
The Arab Health Exhibition and Congress attracts a wide range of visitors across the spectrum of healthcare including: medical manufacturers, general practitioners, hospital doctors, hospital managers, hospital nursing staff, hospital technical managers, laboratory managers, physiotherapists, medical assistants and dealers and distributors. Each year, Arab Health becomes an even more international event, attracting healthcare and medical professionals from the region as well as from across the globe. In 2014, more than 93,000 visitors came from 151 countries, proving that Arab Health is truly where the healthcare world comes to do business. http://www.arabhealthonline.com/
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Mod-01 Lec-43 RBS, PIXE, NAA, Summary
Nuclear Physics: Fundamentals and Applications by Prof. H.C. Verma,Department of Physics,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Success story : Ion Beam Applications
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Ion Beam Applications
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Ion Beam Technology GNS Science
A new technology to make super tough, durable and smooth metal surfaces.
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VELION - FIB-SEM where FIB truly comes first
Introduction of Raith's new VELION, a novel FIB_SEM instrument dedicated to advanced nanofabrication.
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How To Trap Particles in a Particle Accelerator
In particle accelerators, beams of particles are focused and fired forward at almost the speed of light. But how are those particles controlled? With the help of two visual demonstrations, Suzie Sheehy explains. Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe Watch Suzie's lecture on her research and the future of particle accelerators: https://youtu.be/jLmciZdh5j4 And watch our film on how to power a particle accelerator: https://youtu.be/-F9EqYLQKYI Keeping a handle on particles is key to the huge range of applications particle accelerators have. The machines accelerate beams of particles using electric and magnetic fields. Suzie uses a ‘Paul trap’ to show how rapidly oscillating currents are used to keep particles on track. A ball on the saddle apparatus is kept in the centre by the rising sides. But that only controls the ball in one direction, meaning it can drop off. Magnetic or electric fields are similar, and can only direct particles in one plane at a time. When the kit begins to spin, though, the alternating position of the rising sides means the ball is contained in the center. This has the same effect that quadrupole magnets in an accelerator have, constantly alternating gradients to keep particles in line. Using a more sophisticated setup, a quadrupole linear Paul trap, pollen grains can be held in place in a beam just as particles in an accelerator would be. Oscillating fields established across rods on opposite corners of the system keep the pollen particles trapped. Without the rapidly changing fields, the particles would just shoot off in one direction; it’s the changes that keep them from escaping in one or the other direction. These simple analogies show how particle accelerators guide particles into focused beams, to be harnessed for a huge range of applications. This video is supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council. The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution and Tumblr: http://ri-science.tumblr.com/ Our editorial policy: http://www.rigb.org/home/editorial-policy Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://bit.ly/RiNewsletter
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Improving FIB Alignments at Low Current
The low signal-to-noise ratio inherent to a low current ion beam makes it difficult to fine-tune the alignment well enough to exploit the advantages of the corresponding small beam diameter. This video shows several techniques you can use to maximize signal-to-noise and perfect the alignment so you can then mill the highest resolution patterns possible on KNI's FIB systems.
Indications for Ion Beam Therapy
Which patients profit from ion beam therapy? Prof. Dr. Eugen Hug, Medical Director of MedAustron, explains which forms of cancer can be treated. www.medaustron.at Video © WNTV
The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility
Please check the VR online tour for more information: https://physics.anu.edu.au/tour/nuclear/ The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) comprises the 14UD pelletron accelerator and a superconducting 'booster' linear accelerator. The Facility is housed and operated by the Department of Nuclear Physics in the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. The HIAF supports Australia's only experimental nuclear physics program, a major accelerator mass spectrometry program and facilities for ion-beam modification and analysis of materials. The HIAF accelerators provide important infrastructure for the Australian research community, with applications that range from creating and characterising new and innovative materials, resource/energy exploration and waste management, research in environmental, biological and life sciences and investigating climate change, to archaeological and heritage studies, and critical investigations into nuclear science, including fundamental quantum science through systematic inquiry into nuclear behaviour and properties following collisions between atomic nuclei. Watch this video to see inside the Facility.
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Comprehensive Capture of Human Neuropathology by Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI)
Presented By: Sean Bendall, PhD - Assistant Professor, Pathology Stanford University Speaker Biography: Dr. Bendall's is an expert in protein biochemistry, mass spectrometry, and stem cell biology, and single cell analysis. His lab creates new methods for single cell proteomics that are applied to human stem cell biology, cancer immunology, and neurodegenerative disease. These include his pioneering work in ICP-MS based flow cytometry (CyToF) for studying the regulation of the human hematopoietic immune system in health and disease as well as leveraging multiplexed ion beam imaging for human neuropathology. His lab continually uses the collection of these tools for correlating single cell pathobiology with clinical outcomes in retrospective studies. Webinar: Comprehensive Capture of Human Neuropathology by Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI) Webinar Abstract: Single cell analysis, starting with the earliest low parameter fluorescent experiments, helped define the major cell subsets of human cellular systems as we understand them today. Now, a novel combination of single cell analysis and metal isotopes based mass spectrometry (MIBI) offers routine examination of 30+ parameters at the nanometer scale, without interference of spectral overlap characteristic of fluorescent reporters. With this platform, we have reached new levels of organizational understanding in human pathobiology – especially when combined with novel single-cell visualization and analysis methods. Neurodegenerative related disease is estimated to affect five million or more of the ageing American population by 2050. Cognitive care for these individuals is estimated to surpass a trillion dollars a year by middle of next decade. Accordingly, there is an immediate need for new therapeutic strategies to address this along with identifying unique predictive signatures that correlate with disease mechanism. During this webinar, we will highlight early applications of this new imaging technology to resolve human neurodegenerative disease and cognitive resilience in retrospective studies of human CNS tissues. This work begins to reveal unappreciated layers of human cellular organization and structure in human systems that can be exploited to understand and perturb human pathobiology. Key learning objectives: -Learn the challenges and opportunities for imaging archival CNS tissue -Learn the principles of Multiplex Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI) -Learn how MIBI is used to capture multi-scale observations in human neuropathology Earn PACE Credits: 1. Make sure you’re a registered member of LabRoots (https://www.labroots.com/ms/webinar/comprehensive-capture-human-neuropathology-multiplexed-ion-beam-imaging-mibi) 2. Watch the webinar on YouTube or on the LabRoots Website (https://www.labroots.com/ms/webinar/comprehensive-capture-human-neuropathology-multiplexed-ion-beam-imaging-mibi) 3. Click Here to get your PACE credits (Expiration date – March 05, 2021 10:00 AM): https://www.labroots.com/credit/pace-credits/3234/third-party LabRoots on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LabRootsInc Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabRoots LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/labroots Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labrootsinc Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/labroots/ SnapChat: labroots_inc
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FEI Versa 3D DualBeam
Developing next generation products requires new materials science tools and capabilities to give researchers the required characterization data to really understand how materials are interconnected and what properties are important for function. This means applying new techniques, for example 3D data acquisition, to fully understand material properties. Traditionally, as Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) provided enough capabilities for most investigations but for exploring and developing next generation materials, both SEM and Focused Ion Beam (FIB) technology is required. And of the different kinds of SEM/FIB instruments available, the Versa 3D is the one that offers many more capabilities to meet the demands for advanced material analysis. If you are already familiar with a SEM, consider the many other applications that you can achieve using DualBeam technology with the Versa 3D. You get more capabilities in one platform with fewer limitations to your research options. With the Versa 3D you can:: Use FIB to expose sub-surface features, material layers, or defects, then capture high-resolution images with the SEM. Use the FIB to collect new information (like channeling contrast information) and access under the surface layer, then use the SEM to collect compositional, density or analytical information, even on samples that are susceptible to charge. Use charge balancing technologies, like low vacuum SEM mode, SmartSCAN and Drift Suppressed Milling to facilitate characterize the more difficult non-conductive samples and prepare samples from materials prone to charging and drift. Prepare site-specific lamella for atomic resolution TEM Add ESEM mode to use hot or cold stages to expand SEM imaging to samples in a natural hydrated state or perform in situ dynamic experiments. FEI Company's Website : https://www.fei.com/ Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/FEICompany/
NEXUS® IBD Ion Beam Deposition System
See how our NEXUS Ion Beam Deposition System, ideal for MRAM applications as well as read/write heads used in hard disk drives, provides improved control for all collimated deposition applications.
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Focused helium ion beam interaction in diamond
For more information about Prof. Karl Berggren's group at MIT: http://www.rle.mit.edu/qnn/ For more information about Chung-Soo Kim: http://www.rle.mit.edu/qnn/people/
Cutting a Site-Specific Cross-Section with FIB
See the full playlist for cutting & imaging cross-sections: https://bit.ly/2QtR5cm A playlist is also available for making a TEM Lamella via SEM/FIB: https://bit.ly/2SCDAoq This video provides an overview of using the "regular cross-section" and "cleaning cross-section" tools to cut a smooth cross-section through the protective metal layer. A number of practical tips are given.
Penning Trap and Ion Gun: Electromagnetic Analysis of Particle Trajectory Applications
http://www.integratedsoft.com/Applications/Particle-Trajectory Many devices are affected by the motion of charged particles in electric and/or magnetic fields. Applications utilizing electron or ion beams or traps deliberately make use of this motion. The device performance may ultimately be limited by the ability to obtain the desired field strengths or spatial distributions.INTEGRATED's charged particle trajectory simulation module, LORENTZ , provides scientists and engineers with a powerful tool to address these issues.
Analysis on protein fingerprint, RAPD and fruit quality of tomato mutants by ion beam implantation
The article entitled “Analysis on protein fingerprint, RAPD and fruit quality of tomato mutants by ion beam implantation“ was published by Duan HY, Wang CF, Yu YA, Li XW and Zhou YQ in the “Journal of Research in Biology”: Volume 4, Issue 4 at pages (1348-1356). Article Link : http://jresearchbiology.com/documents/RA0454.pdf The summary of this article goes on as follows, In this research, seeds of tomato were irradiated by ion beam or treated with ion beam and soybean DNA, and some tomato mutants with morphological variations were analyzed. Protein analysis in the leaves of mutants showed, changes of protein pattern in mutants were different as compared with the control, the main variation of protein pattern were darkening of bands, increase of protein bands were detected in mutant 12, mutant 14 and mutant 15 and lose of a band in mutant 15. Genomic DNA of mutants were analyzed by RAPD, and total number of amplification bands, number of differential bands and rate of differential bands were studied among mutants. Compared with the control, rate of differential bands was 100.0 % in mutant 9 and 15, also high in mutant 14 and 12, but was 20.0-50.0 % in other mutants except for mutant 3 and 11 without differential bands. In addition, content of vitamin C, soluble saccharide and protein were different, and fruit quality was multifarious in the fruit of mutants compared with the control; mutant 7 has better comprehensive nutritional quality of fruit, whereas mutant 12 and 14 stand second. The above results showed that effects of ion beam or soybean DNA on tomato genomic DNA would lead to the changes in gene expression, protein synthesis and fruit quality, moreover some tomato plants with better fruit quality or special characters were achieved, which would provide basis for the application of ion beam technology in tomato breeding. You may also publish your research articles with us with good per review and elite standards. Kindly visit, www.jresearchbiology.com for further details. For submission, submit your articles to [email protected] Thank you for listening us. Keep watching and learn good. This audio was brought you by www.rjol.org
Ion Beam Blaster By Nex Flow™ Air Products
3D animation of Ion Beam Blaster Application. For All Static Elimination Info Please Visit www.http://nexflowair.com/static-eliminator-products.php
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ION BEAM APPLICATIONS S.A.Company Profile and Tech Intelligence Report, 2018
The report ION BEAM APPLICATIONS S.A.Company Profile is a detailed document covered company’s Overview, History, SWOT Analysis, Products/Services, Facts, Financials, Key Executives, Competitors, Tech Intelligence, IT Outsourcing, IT Management, Recent Developments and Strategy Evaluation. Avail Sample of the report for more information @ https://www.researchcosmos.com/request/ion-beam-applications-s-a-company-profile-overview-history-swot-analysis-products-services-fa/3519998
ZEISS Crossbeam 550: Your FIB-SEM for High Throughput 3D Analysis and Sample Preparation
Maximize sample insights in 3D and increase your sample throughput with ZEISS Crossbeam 550. Combine the imaging and analytical performance of a ZEISS field emission scanning electron microscope with the processing performance of a next-generation focused ion beam. No matter whether you are milling, imaging or performing 3D analytics, ZEISS Crossbeam will speed up your FIB applications dramatically. http://www.zeiss.com/crossbeam
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Ion Beam Shepherd - English
New method for the elimination of space debris. An innovative solution for the active removal of space debris has been studied during a research project of the ETSIA and funded by the ESA. Technical University of Madrid (UPM)
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Lecture - 40 EBM and LBM
Lecture Series on Manufacturing Processes II by Prof.A.B.Chattopadhyay, Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay and Prof. S. Paul,Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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SPECTOR® Ion Beam Deposition
Learn how Veeco's industry-leading SPECTOR Ion Beam Deposition System meets yield and device performance requirements for virtually every optical thin film fabrication application.
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NCSR Demokritos - TANTEM Accelerator [GR]
A Center of Excellence for Ion-Beam Research and Applications In our technologically highly developed society ion beams have become indispensable; A host of innovative applications ranging from medical therapy to the analysis of artefacts and a wide spectrum of fundamental research ranging from the exploitation of the nature of matter to the understanding of the evolution of the Universe are based on the use of ion beams.
Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Market 2018 Forecast to 2023
Focused ion beam, also known as FIB, is a technique used particularly in the semiconductor industry, Deposition and increasingly in the biological field for site-specific analysis, deposition, and ablation of materials. Browse the Complete Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Market Report with comprehensive Table Of Contents @ https://emarketorg.com/pro/focused-ion-beam-(fib)-market-2018-by-manufacturers-countries-type-and-application-forecast-to-2023/
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ZEISS ORION NanoFab - Your Ion Beam Microscope for Fabricating Sub-10 nm Structures
With ORION NanoFab you profit from the only system in the world that covers the complete range of micromachining to nanomachining applications using gallium, neon and helium ion beams integrated in a single instrument. http://www.zeiss.com/him
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Focused Ion Beam System Consumption Industry 2016 Research Report
Global Focused Ion Beam System Industry Details @ http://www.bigmarketresearch.com/global-focused-ion-beam-system-consumption-industry-2016-deep-research-report-market Global Focused Ion Beam System Consumption Industry 2016 Deep Market Research Report is an expert and sharp analyses of the key business and future development prospects, key driving factors and restraints, profile of key market players along with segmentation and forecast. The study offers a comprehensive qualitative on the industry growth parameters, current market status in terms of analyzing key economic situations and macroeconomic analysis. The report offers an extensive analysis of the business diagram in terms of product definition and specification, major applications and adoption trends across end-users. The profile of major business sector players, prominent strategies, technological advancements, development opportunities and major challenges they have to overcome to consolidate their market positions is covered in the study. Utilizing broad study techniques and exploration tool, the study investigates the supply and demand analysis, import and export values across various countries, and cost-benefit analysis alongside offering the impact of regulatory framework governing the products landscape. Intrigued market members, partners and financial specialists will discover the report valuable for picking up a 360 degree overview of the profile of key vendors and manufacturers along with assessing the impact of R&D developmental activities in Global Focused Ion Beam System Consumption industry. The recent technological enhancements and the trends associated with these developments are highlighted in this report. The analysis helps the industry players in strategy formulation and gauging the pulse of the market.
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Ion beam simulation movie
This movie shows the beam's kinetic energy and line charge density profiles for NDCX-II as they evolve; computed using a 1-D simulation code. From file wfrm19trp11a_energy.mov
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Japan Proton Therapy Market Research Report 2018
The report titled “Japan Proton Therapy Market Research Report 2018” examines the market dynamics, competitive landscape and discusses major trends. The report offers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual and potential market situation, and future outlook for proton therapy in Japan. The research includes historic data from 2012 to 2017 and forecasts until 2025. Long–term Growth Projection: • Hitachi and Mitsubishi Electric Agree to Integrate Proton Therapy System Business • Japan is anticipated to be the most attractive market in the proton therapy industry. • The potential Japan proton therapy market is likely to reach more than USD 3 Billion by 2025 • Mitsubishi Electric is a technology leader in the field of proton therapy in Japan. • Hitachi has the second highest share in the treatment rooms segment. The report contains a granular analysis of the present industry situations, market demands, reveal facts on the market size, volume, revenues and provides forecasts through 2025. A comprehensive analysis has been done on market share of Japan proton therapy center (installed base) and treatment room by company. The report also provides information on the proton therapy current applications and comparative analysis with more focused on pros and cons of proton therapy and competitive analysis of eight companies. The report further sheds light on the number of treatment rooms, current and upcoming proton therapy centers. In addition, the report also provides essential insights on number of patients treated at Japan proton therapy centers from 2008 to 2016. The report also includes assessment of Japan reimbursement scenario, proton therapy clinical trials and offers a clear view of the proton therapy center component analysis. Key trends in terms of venture capital investment, collaborations, partnerships, licensing and development agreements are analyzed with details. The report also explores detailed description of growth drivers and inhibitors of the Japan proton therapy market. The report concludes with the profiles of major players in the Japan proton therapy market. The key market players are evaluated on various parameters such as company overview, product portfolio, Japan proton therapy centers developed by the companies and recent development & trends of the proton therapy market. The Major Companies Dominating this Market for its Products, Services and Continuous Product Developments are: Mitsubishi Electric, Hitachi, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd. and Ion Beam Applications(IBA) The Latest Industry Data Included in this Report: • Proton Therapy Current Applications • Pros and Cons of Proton Therapy, Radiotherapy and Carbon Ion Therapy • Proton Therapy Competitive Analysis: By Company • Market Size & Analysis: Japan Proton Therapy (2012 – 2025) • Market Opportunity Assessment: Japan Proton Therapy (2012 – 2025) • Japan Number of Treatment Rooms and Forecast (2012 – 2025) • Japan Proton Therapy Center (Installed Base) and Treatment Room Market Share: By Company • Japan Proton Therapy Center Infrastructure Analysis: Treatment Rooms & Proton Therapy Accelerator • Japan Number of Patients Treated at Proton Therapy Centers (2008 – 2016) • Japan Proton Therapy Reimbursement Scenario • Proton Therapy Center Component Analysis • Proton Therapy Clinical Trail Insight by Phase, Institute & Country • Proton Therapy Market – Major Deals • Key Market Drivers and Inhibitors of the Japan Proton Therapy Market • Major Companies Analysis Contact Us: Maria Rai Tel :+91 -7289949987 Email: [email protected] Website: www.dpiresearch.com
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Focused-ion-beam SEM series of the cytopharynx of Trypanosoma cruzi epimastigotes
Focused-ion-beam scanning electron microscopy (FIB-SEM) reconstruction of the entire cytopharynx of Trypanosoma cruzi epimastigotes that had taken up horseradish peroxidase (HRP) for 5 minutes at 28°C. The FIB-SEM series was followed by the 3D model of the entire cell. Cytopharinx (pink), Kinetoplast (green), Nucleus (blue), Flagellar pocket (white), Flagellum (orange), Reservosomes (red) and plasma membrane (white transparent). The original research can be accessed at http://dx.doi.org/10.1242/jcs.135491
Argon Ion Milling Machine (presented at ISTFA 2012)
The International Symposium on Testing and Failure Analysis (ISTFA), sponsored by EDFAS, creates a unique business venue for equipment suppliers, users and analysts to come together and do business, in a learning and networking environment. At this year's ISTFA Exposition, Hitachi High Technologies America's Jamil Clarke, Applications Engineer, and Bob Passeri, Field Support Engineer, talk about/demonstrate the use of their latest equipment release. Visit www.hitachi-hta.com.
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Adelaide Microscopy
Adelaide Microscopy is the University of Adelaide's Centre for Advanced Microscopy and Microanalysis. It has a comprehensive range of state-of-the-art equipment which is complimented by a friendly, helpful staff of professional people who will advise, train and assist users in the best application of these instruments, tailored for their research or industrial application. For South Australian based researchers, access is easy and convenient as the centre is housed in the North Terrace Campus of the University. The centre offers Confocal microscopy, Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopes, a Dual Beam (Focused Ion Beam/Scanning Electron) microscope, and X-ray Micro CT. It also has Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectroscopy (LAICPMS) for analysis and imaging, Solution ICPMS, BET Surface Porosity Measurement, Atomic Force/ Near Field Scanning Optical Microscope and is the home of two powerful Electron Microprobes capable of the non-destructive, accurate, quantification of the elemental structure of materials and biological samples. All of the electron beam instruments have x-ray analytical capability for elemental determination of the sample material. www.adelaide.edu.au/microscopy
[Wikipedia] Elastic recoil detection
Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis (ERDA), also referred to as forward recoil scattering (or, contextually, spectrometry), is an Ion Beam Analysis technique in materials science to obtain elemental concentration depth profiles in thin films. This technique is known by several different names. These names are listed below. In the technique of ERDA, an energetic ion beam is directed at a sample to be characterized and (as in Rutherford backscattering) there is an elastic nuclear interaction between the ions of beam and the atoms of the target sample. Such interactions are commonly of Coulomb nature. Depending on the kinetics of the ions, cross section area, and the loss of energy of the ions in the matter, Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis helps determine the quantification of the elemental analysis. It also provides information about the depth profile of the sample. The incident energetic ions can have a wide range of energy from 2 MeV to 200 MeV. The energy of the beam depends on the sample to be studied. The energy of the beam should be enough to kick out (“recoil”) the atoms of the sample. Thus, ERD usually employs appropriate source and detectors to detect recoiled atoms. However, such experimental setup is expensive and along with a source requirement of high energy ions appears to make this technique relatively less commonly used for materials characterization. Moreover, the angle of incidence that an ion beam makes with the sample must also be taken into account for correct analysis of the sample. This is because, depending on this angle, the recoiled atoms will be collected. Although it is not very clear, the assumption for why this technique is not very well known would be due to the fact that it is hard to have a perfect combination of the source, the angle of incidence, and the detector to have the best characterization of the sample. Such problem would make the technique very time consuming and tedious. This article provides information about ERDA that has been around for a long time, since the mid-1970s, still not very well known. The article provides detailed information about the High ion Incident ERDA. However, Low ion Incident ERDA is still not neglected. The comparative analysis of overall ERDA with other techniques such as TEM, AFM, XRR, NR, VASE, XPS, and DSIMS is also mentioned. The article briefly touches upon the history of ERDA but the main focus is on the technique itself. Comprehensive information on the instrumentation as well as its applications in elemental characterization and depth profile are provided. ERDA and RBS have similar theory but minor differences in the set-up of the experiment. In case of RBS, the detector is placed in the back of the sample whereas in ERDA, the detector is placed in the front. This difference in the set-up is shown in figure 1 on the right. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elastic_recoil_detection Please support this channel and help me upload more videos. Become one of my Patreons at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3823907
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