Phenom desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) are used for general forensic investigation and analysis, and in specific areas such as ballistics.
Many kinds of microscopic evidence can be obtained from fabrics, metals, textiles or
glass, while the SEM and its accessories can also be used to
identify scratches and indents on objects.
The Phenom combines the high magnification of electron microscopy with the ease of use of optical microscopy. It is capable of magnifications up to 130,000x and has
integrated EDS analysis. The use of desktop SEM in
the forensic market can be of great value
On the 10th-11th & the 12th-13th, PhenomWorld, in conjunction with Pondpol,
introduced the desktop SEM to the RTP and CIFS respectively.
More than 60 police of the Police forensic Science Centers, many with firearms and ammunition experience, attended the seminar at the RTP HQ in Bangkok
Jeroen Smulders of PhenomWorld
introduced the delegates to techniques
and advantages of the desktop SEM as
applied to forensic use.
The unique features of the software and its ease of operation
was of particular interest to all
At the end of two full days of introduction, training
and hands on use of the SEM, staff of the CIFS,
PhenomWorld and Pondpol relax for a group photoshot
Jeroen Smulders of PhenomWorld explains the various application
of the SEM to the Firearms team of the CIFS
Presentation of certificate by Dr Jos Mass, Product Marketing Director of
PhenomWorld, to Pol. Lt.Col.Suphareak Arepornrat, CIFS