Zeiss Axioplan

Zeiss Axioplan

The Zeiss Axioplan is a special-purpose microscope for materials analysis. It is available to all members and students of the Faculties of Physics and Chemistry after a short training session.

Restrictions because of COVID-19

Since the number of persons allowed in a lab at the same time is limited by the COVID-19 rules drawn up by the university, the following regulations apply:

  • Only ONE user with any type of mask or TWO users with FFP2/3 masks (and at that ONLY during training or a course) is/are allowed in the room. There are NO exceptions to this rule.
  • You may not wait in the lab or in other rooms of the faculty center for e.g. the vacuum to reach a certain level, so that other users can access equipment in the lab in the meantime.
  • You are only allowed to work in lab 3333 after reserving the lab via an entry in the respective u:Cloud calendar. Please contact Stephan Puchegger, who will then share the u:Cloud calendar with you.
  • The calendar also serves as a means of COVID user tracking. Please modify your entry afterwards so that it reflects your actual time in the lab and includes the full names of all persons.
  • Do not switch off the ventilation.
  • Disinfect the equipment after finishing your work.

Person in charge

Please contact Martina Hofmann if you need further information.

Specifications

Mode of operationIncident and transmitted light
Objective/OcularEpiplan-Neofluar 2.5×/0.075 HD
Epiplan-Neofluar 5×/0.15 HD DIC
Epiplan-Neofluar 10×/0.30 HD DIC
Epiplan-Neofluar 20×/0.50 HD DIC
Epiplan-Neofluar 50×/0.75 HD DIC
Epiplan 100×/0.75
Ocular PL 10×/15
CameraZeiss AxioCam MRc5 5-MP color camera
SoftwareZeiss AxioVision 4.8
Additional equipmentAnton Paar MHT-4 Micro indentation tester
movable table
continuously adjustable 12V 100W halogen lamp

Probenvorbereitungszeit des Einbett-, Schleif- und Polierservices

Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Bearbeitung der Proben durchaus einige Tage oder auch Wochen in Anspruch nehmen kann, wenn der Andrang groß oder gerade Urlaubszeit ist. Versichern Sie sich deswegen bis wann die Proben hergestellt werden können, bevor Sie z.B. einen SEM Termin buchen.