Hybrid Imaging Techniques | Bruker

Hybrid Imaging Techniques

Enabling a New Understanding of Material Properties at the Nanoscale

The combination of specialized imaging techniques with nanomechanical and nanotribological testing enables the characterization and understanding of materials in ways previously unimaginable. Taking advantage of multiple fully-integrated materials characterization technologies, Bruker’s hybrid imaging capabilities provide enhanced confidence in the measured results and a deeper insight into material properties and deformation behavior. Hybrid imaging leverages the core strengths of the imaging technique and seamlessly integrates it with nanomechanical testing. This in-situ combination greatly increases data reliability and new understanding of properties and material deformation behavior at the nanoscale.

Bruker is the pioneer and world leader in hybrid imaging-nanomechanical testing techniques. From our in-situ SPM imaging capabilities for nanometer-precision test placement accuracy, an integrated fluorescence microscope for fluorochrome guided test positioning, and Raman spectroscopy for combined chemical composition and structure characterization, to high-resolution imaging inside your SEM and TEM, Bruker’s hybrid imaging techniques will increase reliability and accelerate your understanding of material behavior at the nanoscale.

Bruker's Suite of Hysitron Hybrid Imaging Techniques

Scanning Probe Microscopy | Bruker

Scanning Probe Microscopy

Nanometer Precision Test Placement Accuracy for Reliable, Quantitative Characterization at the Nanoscale

Scanning Electron Microscopy | Bruker

Scanning Electron Microscopy

In-Situ Nanomechanical Testing Inside Your Scanning Electron Microscope

Transmission Electron Microscopy | Bruker

Transmission Electron Microscopy

In-Situ Nanomechanical Testing Inside Your Transmission Electron Microscope

Raman Spectroscopy | Bruker

Raman Spectroscopy

Understanding the Relationship Between Localized Mechanical Properties and Material Structure

Fluorescence Microscopy | Bruker

Fluorescence Microscopy

Fluorescence Guided Nanomechanical Testing