Skip to content


  • {3}



    Click here to view
  • Quantification of Mass Spectrum Data in Atom Probe Tomography
    Quantification of Mass Spectrum Data in APT

    Wednesday, February 1, 2023

    Speaker : David Saxey, Curtin University

    Tuesday, February 21, 10AM CST

    For some applications of Atom Probe Tomography (APT) accurate chemical or isotopic quantification is major objective. While there are limitations in the quantitative analysis of samples by APT, there are also ways to mitigate these limitations by optimising the acquisition conditions, or by considering the most appropriate methods for data analysis. This webinar will discuss the challenges of quantifying the peaks in APT mass spectrum data, covering aspects such as ranging and peak shape considerations, and reviewing some recent results in this area. In particular, examples will be given from isotope geochemistry, where the accuracy of isotopic quantification is especially important, and where comparisons can be made with well-established reference materials.

    View this short webinar with a Q&A session REGISTERE HERE