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HIPP-3 analyser.

HiPP-3

Outstanding Imaging XPS at Ambient Conditions

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  • Imaging XPS < 15 μm resolution
  • Swift Acceleration Mode for unprecedented transmission
  • Refocusing pre-lens with efficient differential pumping
  • Angular resolved range: 18°
  • Interchangeable and customized front cones
  • A breakthrough in ambient pressure PES

The HiPP-3 analyser features state-of-the-art technology for outstanding imaging XPS at ambient pressures (APPES), with a spatial resolution better than 10 μm. It also features the unique Swift Acceleration Mode that enables unparalleled transmission with count rates improved by up to a factor of 10.

The state-of-the-art HiPP-3 analyser is optimized for XPS energies (up to 1500 eV) and features a revolutionary imaging mode. The transmission is dramatically increased by using the Swift Acceleration Mode. The pre-lens combines efficient differential pumping with electron optics, which refocuses the electron paths through the pre-lens resulting in a high transmission analyser. The pre-lens is equipped with a front cone with a small aperture that permits electrons to enter the analyser while providing efficient differential pumping. The front cone angle is 45 degrees, which allows easy access for photon sources, other equipment, and sample handling. The front cone can be interchanged in order to increase or decrease the aperture and thereby optimise the transmission vs. maximum pressure of the experiment. Truncated front cones are available, to allow for increased working distance when performing UHV- and liquid jet experiments. The front cone can furthermore be customised to allow for user-specific designs.

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Swift Acceleration Mode

The Swift Acceleration Mode increases the transmission in the soft energy range. Parallel imaging can be performed in one direction with a guaran­teed resolution of better than 15 μm in a field of view of up to 0.8 mm. 

HiPP-3 Options

Several options can be added to the HiPP-3 analyser to optimise it for the intended experiments. The UPS option includes extremely stable and low noise electronics to enable high quality UPS measurements with high energy resolution. The kinetic energy range is extended down to 5 eV and the energy resolution is better than 5 meV for 5 eV pass energy and 10 eV kinetic energy. For experiments that demand higher energies the analyser can be upgraded to reach 6000 eV kinetic energy.

Specifications

Energy resolution

< 15 meV FWHM at kinetic energy 500 eV

< 5 meV FWHM at kinetic energy 10 eV (UPS version)

Transmission mode energy range

20 eV – 1500 eV (can be extended to 5 eV – 6 000 eV)

Angular modes

± 9°

For full specifications and more information about product options, please do not hesitate to contact your local sales representative.

Angular mode energy range

100 eV – 1500 eV

Deflection mode energy range

-

Deflection mode Spin scan

-

Operating pressure

2*10-10 mbar – 30 mbar

Mounting flange

NW 200 CF

Results

Probing a Battery Electrolyte Drop with Ambient Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy

2019

Operando ambient pressure photoelectron spectroscopy in realistic battery environments is a key development towards probing the functionality of the electrode/electrolyte interface in lithium-ion batteries that is not possible with...

A PdII Carbene Complex with Anthracene Side‐Arms for π‐Stacking on Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO): Activity towards Undirected C–H Oxygenation of Arenes

2018

An N‐heterocyclic carbene palladium(II) complex containing two anthracene side arms was immobilized on the surface of reduced graphene oxide (rGO) by π‐stacking. The activity of the homogeneous analogue and the supported complex...

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HiPP-3: Imaging Ambient Pressure Electron Analyser

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The HiPP-3 analyser features advanced technology for outstanding imaging XPS at ambient conditions with a spatial resolution better than 10 μm. In addition, the unique Swift Acceleration Mode enables unparalleled transmission, with countrates improved by up to a factor of 10.

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