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Does fluidic control matter?

In situ liquid experiment featuring Copper deposition It can be seen that high flow rates (1200 nl/min) promote plating of the electrode. However, when switching to lower flow rate values (50 nl/min) the growth mechanism changes and dendrites appear. The...

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Meet the cover images

All of our new brochures feature a cover image which has been made available by our customers. Why did we select them? The image was acquired just before the launch of the improved heating chip. The sample is a gold-palladium nanoparticle imaged at 1000 °C on a Thermo...

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Lightning featured on Nature Communications

Materials with switchable polarization are indispensable in memory devices, sensors, actuators, and transducers. In this publication Leopoldo Molina-Luna et al reported an unexpected phenomenon, the appearance of domain-like nanoregions (DLNRs) at extreme...

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X-Rays Safety

Working with high energy electrons (up to 300 kV in current commercial systems) means a large amount of X-Rays are generated inside the microscope: manufacturers are well aware of the potential risks and they take the utmost care to make sure you can...

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First Stream installation

Stream, our new in situ liquid solution, was officially launched at IMC. After only a month, we are happy to announce its first installation. Researchers at EMAT, the well known EM facility located in Antwerp (Belgium), have selected Stream LB (liquid&biasing) to...

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