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HRSEM researchers

HRSEM researchers

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LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY, ROY KALTSCHMIDT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY, ROY KALTSCHMIDT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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HRSEM researchers. Scientists Jim Ciston and Colin Ophus using high-resolution scanning electron microscopy (HRSEM) to examine a surface. This technique extends scanning microscopy to the atomic scale and provides information on both surface and bulk atoms simultaneously. The new technique was tested with TEAM 1.0 (Transmission Electron Aberration-corrected Microscope) at NCEM (the National Center for Electron Microscopy), the Molecular Foundry, at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California, USA. This is the world's most powerful electron microscope. The material scanned here is strontium titanate. Photographed in 2015.

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