GMS 3.4 Analysis Tools: Model-based EELS quantification & ELNES phase mapping

Built on the existing model-based EELS quantification framework, ELNES phase mapping allows pre-acquired reference spectra (or standards) to be used for quantification in addition to the existing set of calculated cross-section models. Not only does this significantly improve the accuracy of the final quantification results by providing truer edge shapes that can be fitted over large energy ranges, but ELNES phase mapping also enables the separation and quantification of different material phases by allowing multiple reference spectra for the same ionization edge to be imported and used concurrently. This webinar provides a detailed overview of this new feature drawing on application examples highlighting the new data processing capabilities.


Liam Spillane, Ph.D., Analytical Applications Specialist