This electron gun is a special version high energy small spot electron source for gas phase electron diffraction (GED) applications

Key features

  • Energy range 1 keV to 60 keV
  • Beam size (min.) 50 µm at low current
  • Beam current (max.) 50µA at larger beam diameters


  • Working distance 350 mm
  • Basic beam blanking
  • Beam blanking, external (optional)
  • Computer control (optional)
  • Remote control (optional)
  • Standby operation (optional)

Typical Applications

Gas phase electron diffraction


  1. An Improved Gas Electron Diffractometer – The Instrument, Data Collection, Reduction and Structure Refinement Procedure, R. J. F. Berger, M. Hoffmann, S. A. Hayes, N. W. Mitzel, Z. Naturforsch. 2009, 64b, 1259
  1. Recent Developments of the GED Experiment at Moscow State University, A. M. Makurenkov et al., 14th European Symposium on gas phase electron diffraction, June 24-28, Moscow
Not all parameters can be reached simultaneously. Above specifications may change without notice.
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