[110] high resolution image of GaN/InGaN

[110] high resolution image of GaN/InGaN

High-resolution lattice structure is clearly imaged using OneView camera. Image is related to Nanobeam diffraction of GaN/InGaN video and [110] CBED pattern of GaN/InGaN images in the OneView media library.

TEM magnification: 530kx; electron energy: 200 keV; exposure time: 0.16 s; drift correction: on

K2 Summit camera and Quantum energy filter highlight the many forms of the MAC array also known as the bacterial death star

K2 Summit camera and Quantum energy filter highlight the many forms of the MAC array also known as the bacterial death star

Metamorphosis-associated contractile (MAC) structures show a surprising variety of uses in bacteria. Shown above is one particular structure which has been identified to be used in bacterial warfare. Data was collected using a GIF Quantum® energy filter with a K2 Summit® camera and is described by Shikuma et. al., in a recent issue of science.
Scale bar: 100 nm

GIF Quantum LS imaging filter

GIF Quantum LS imaging filter
Maximize your resolution and contrast for low dose imaging applications, including cryo-EM and cryo-electron tomography.

Y2Ti2O7 results on PECS II system

Y2Ti2O7 results on PECS II system

A. Secondary electron B. IQ EBSD map C. IPFZ map

TRIP steel results prepared on PECS II system

TRIP steel results prepared on PECS II system
Results courtesy of Dr. Francois Brisset and Yoann Angilella of Electron Microscopy Department, ICMMO, CNRS- University of Paris- Sud. Data acquired with a Zeiss Supra & Sigma HD and EBSD with Hikari XP and OIM from TSL-EDAX.

A. Secondary electron; (B) EBSD image quality map; (C) IPFZ map

Zircaloy 2

Zircaloy 2 prepared with the PECS II instrument
Results courtesy of Department of Materials, University of Oxford. Professor Angus Wilkinson and Dr. Hamidreza Abdolvand. Data acquired on a Zeiss Compact Merlin equipped with a Bruker Quantax EBSD System.

(A) Secondary electron image of the surface of highly stressed Zircaloy 2 alloy showing twin boundaries; (B) BSED Kikuchi pattern of sample; (C) EBSD Eurler angle map; (D) IPFZ map, FOV 1 mm x 0.7 mm

High resolution observations of interface dynamics using a direct electron detection camera

High resolution observations of interface dynamics using a direct electron detection camera
Data courtesy of National Center for Electron Microscopy, LBNL, Berkeley, CA, USA and Faculty of Technology & Metallurgy at U. of Belgrade, Serbia.

4/6 Multilayer step—Last 0.05 s

  • Step height n/m=4/6 – 4 planes in lower grain meet 6 planes in the upper grain
  • Preserved ABAB…stacking sequence over the step interface
  • Buried step parallel to the surface forms during step migration (b-d)
  • “Shadow” of the step most likely due to remanence at the surface (e)

This work is supported by DOE/BES/MSD under Contract No.DE-AC02—05CH11231.

K2 Summit camera enables the study of heterogeneous particles by cryo-EM

K2 Summit camera enables the study of heterogeneous particles by cryo-EM

High performance of the K2 summit camera gives higher contrast, which is extremely helpful when studying heterogeneous particles. Shown above are 4 different populations of particles, which are found when mixing the HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein trimer with the antigen binding region of an anti-HIV antibody helping to guide rational vaccine development. 
Lyumkis et al., 2013 Science

K2XP sensor takes the K2 Summit camera to the next level of performance

K2XP sensor takes the K2 Summit camera to the next level of performance

Shown above is the DQE curve for the K2® Summit direct detection camera in super-resolution mode using the original K2 sensor and the new K2XP sensor. The K2XP sensor offers a boost in performance of the K2 Summit camera across all spatial frequencies.

Large format image support is critical for throughput

Large format image support is critical for throughput
Image courtesy of Mark Ellisman, UCSD/NCMIR

Collect up to 32k x 24k images with the 3View® 2.XP system.  Large format image support minimizes the time it takes for the stage to move and settle when tiling large image datasets.

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