GE-VAC In-Vacuum Camera Plays Pivotal Role in EUV Study
In a collaborative research effort involving ARCNL, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam), University of Twente, and V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, the GE-VAC In-Vacuum Camera from greateyes played a pivotal role in an Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) light study.
The study aimed to investigate and understand the properties and behavior of EUV light in various experimental conditions.
The greateyes GE-VAC In-Vacuum Camera, designed for use in vacuum environments, proved to be an ideal choice for this study. It enabled researchers to capture and analyze EUV light emissions and interactions within a controlled environment, providing valuable insights into EUV light’s behavior at different wavelengths and under varying experimental parameters.
The camera’s exceptional sensitivity and precision enabled researchers to observe and record critical data related to EUV light emissions, facilitating a deeper understanding of this fascinating spectral range.
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