Magnetic electron microscope

Magnetic electron microscope

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Caption: Magnetic electron microscope. Technician working on a Spin Polarised Low Energy Electron Microscope (SPLEEM). This is used to study the magnetic structure of surfaces. This can be used to monitor magnetic and non-magnetic layers during their deposition, which is important in the construction of magnetic materials. The SPLEEM is at the National Centre for Electron Microscopy at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA.

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