JEOL 1200EX II Transmission Electron Microscope in operational condition.
This JEOL 1200EX II Transmission Electron Microscope was surplused by the College of Science and is in operational condition. This JEOL 1200EX II Transmission Electron Microscope is a general use TEM for Biological and Materials Applications.
-LaB6 emitter gun w/ 0.5 nanometer resolution
-bright/dark field imaging &electron diffraction
-SIA CCD camera.
We are selling this item "as-is" and "where-is" and do not guarantee the condition, completeness, or it's usability.
This JEOL 1200EX II Transmission Electron Microscope must be removed from the EMC at the end of this semester and removal must be coordinated with Thomas Williams the contact listed for this JEOL 1200EX II Transmission Electron Microscope.
This item is located in the EMC, Center for Electron Microscopy & Microanalysis, a multidisciplinary facility located in McClure Hall at the University of Idaho Moscow campus.
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