FEG

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FEGFreier Evangelischer Gemeinden (German: Free Movement of Protestant Congregations)
FEGField Emission Gun (electron emission source commonly used in TEM and SEM)
FEGFisheries Expert Group (est. 2008)
FEGFund Evaluation Group, LLC (Cincinnati, OH)
FEGFox Entertainment Group (Los Angeles, CA)
FEGFinancial Engineering Group (various locations)
FEGFegyver-és Gépgyár (Hungarian arms manufacturer)
FEGFlying Electric Generator
FEGFédération des Enseignantes et Enseignants Genevois (French: Teachers' Federation of Geneva; Geneva, Switzerland)
FEGFourth Estate Guardian
FEGFinite Element Graph
FEGFacility Engineer Group (US Army)
FEGForum des Educatrices de Guinée (French: Educating Forum of Guinea)
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Unique for life science applications is the option of a Cold Field Emission Gun (cFEG).
nanoGUNE now has the world's most advanced commercially-available microscope, the Titan(TM) scanning transmission electron microscope (S/TEM); a Quanta(TM) FEG (field emission gun); and a Helios NanoLab(TM) DualBeam(TM) nanofabrication tool in its new facility.
The university was among the first in Europe to get its hands on a Hitachi SU-70 Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscope last year, and it also has a JEOL 2100F model and a JEOL 1200EX Transmission Electron Microscope.
Subsequently, the cells on the coverslips were sputter coated with gold (thickness of 10 nm) and viewed under the XL30 Field Emission Gun scanning electron microscope (FEI Company, Enidhoven, the Netherlands) at 10 kV.
Interest in quantitative x-ray microanalysis at low beam energy ([E.sub.0] [less than or equal to] 5 keV) has been greatly stimulated by the development of the high resolution field emission gun scanning electron microscope (FEG-SEM).
The new centre houses a number of existing biological electron microscopes as well as a powerful new machine - the Field Emission Gun Transmission Electron Microscope, costing pounds 750,000 and operated by Birmingham in collaboration with Loughborough and Warwick Universities.
The microscope combines an in-lens field emission gun with an aperture angle control lens, optimizing large probe currents (up to 200 nA) for operation at the smallest probe diameter.
The JSM-7800F combines an in-lens field emission gun with an aperture angle control lens, optimizing large probe currents (up to 200 nA) for operation at the smallest probe diameter.
Through the in-lens field emission gun, the SEM delivers [greater than or equal to]200 nA of beam current to the sample.
The microscope with Cold Field Emission Gun achieves imaging resolution of 78 picometers with an energy resolution of Greater than 0.3 eV.
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