Oklahoma Microscopy Society Spring Meeting 2017

Groundbreaking MOF Results: Gatan K2 Summit Reveals the Surface and Interfacial Structures of MOF ZIF-8

Do you work with electron beam sensitive materials such as metal-organic framework (MOF) structures? Join us at the Oklahoma Microscopy Society (OMS) Spring Meeting to discover how the K2 direct detection camera is advantageous to measure beam sensitive MOFs. With the extraordinary ability to capture individual electrons under extremely low illumination conditions, the K2 can acquire high-resolution images of MOF ZIF-8 with an unprecedented resolution that reveal the atomic structures of the material’s bulk, surface, and interfacial areas (dx.doi.org/10.1038/nmat4852).

Visit the Gatan table or contact James Long to schedule an appointment to discuss these groundbreaking MOF results and the K2 camera's ability to capture TEM images with an unprecedented resolution. We will be available to discuss how cryo-electron microscopyserial block-face imagingin-situ, electron energy loss spectroscopy, and sample preparation technologies can help you better understand biological structures and design more efficient materials.

See you in Norman!

Groundbreaking MOF Results

Thursday, May 18, 2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
2401 Chautauqua Avenue
73072 Norman , OK
United States