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Posts Tagged ‘dynamic imaging’

Observing dynamic processes with in-situ TEM

Observe Dynamic Processes with In-Situ TEM: Atomic-Scale Crystal Nucleation and Growth Dynamics

Capture dynamic processes during in-situ TEM experiments with the Gatan OneView IS camera, at up to 25 fps with 16 MP images. In this example, researchers at the University of Tokyo observed crystal nucleation and growth at atomic scale.

DNA metastable bubble formation and closure, taken with the Bruker JPK NanoRacer

New Bruker JPK NanoRacer AFM for Single Molecule Applications

The Bruker JPK NanoRacer is a biological AFM (Atomic Force Microscope) with speeds of up to 50 frames per second for studying dynamic biological processes in real time.

In-Situ EELS in a TEM

Characterising Material Dynamics with In-Situ EELS (Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy)

Study changes in composition and the electronic structure at the nanoscale with in-situ EELS in your TEM.

Dynamic Micro-CT Imaging

4D Micro-CT: Imaging Dynamic Processes in Geoscience

4D micro-CT (Micro-Computed Tomography or 3D X-ray imaging) involves imaging dynamic processes over time. This article¬†explains step-by-step time-lapse and real-time methods, and how they can be used in geology and geoscience to image processes in rocks. These methods can also be used in other areas; If you have any questions just get in touch. Author: […]