Cryo-EM images of T7 phage

Cryo-EM images of T7 phage
Image courtesy of Dr. Zheng Liu, Markey Center for Structural Biology, Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University

Grid was prepared using Cryoplunge™ 3 instrument. Image was recorded at 300 keV using 626 liquid nitrogen cryo-transfer holder.  
Scale bar 100 nm

Murano heating stage for EBSD studies

Murano heating stage for EBSD studies

Special compact design and heating method allows study of dynamic EBSD phase transformations within tight geometry restrictions of SEM.

Microtest 2000E replacement door and stage

Microtest 2000E replacement door and stage

Replacement SEM door and X,Y,Z stage with manual micrometer stage movement. Provides additional flexibility for some installations depending on SEM size and weight restrictions.

Microtest 2000E tensile stage

Microtest 2000E tensile stage

Dynamic testing module configured for in-situ EBSD studies.  Shown with optional EH2000 heated grips suitable for in-situ dynamic EBSD studies.

Atomic level EELS prepared in PIPS II system following FIB preparation (image 2)

Atomic level EELS prepared in PIPS II system following FIB preparation (image 2)
Data courtesy of Dr. Phil Rice and Dr. Teya Topuria, IBM, San Jose, CA

Fast atomic EELS analysis GaN/InGaN multi-layers sample preparation with PIPS II system and analysis with Gatan EELS product.

Atomic level EELS prepared in PIPS II system following FIB preparation

Atomic level EELS prepared in PIPS II system following FIB preparation
Data courtesy of Dr. Phil Rice and Dr. Teya Topuria, IBM, San Jose CA

Fast atomic EELS analysis GaN/InGaN multi-layers sample preparation with PIPS II system and analysis with Gatan EELS product.

AlPb melt-spun ribbon with 1 - 3% at wt Ga HR-STEM using TEAM 0.5

AlPb melt-spun ribbon with 1 - 3% at wt Ga HR-STEM using TEAM 0.5
Data courtesy of Anna Moros, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wilde research group, Institute of Materials Physics, University of Muenster

Ca3Co4O9 on SrTiO3 substrate

Ca3Co4O9 on SrTiO3 substrate
Data courtesy of Hanns-Ulrich Habermeier and Petar Yordanov, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart TEM sample preparation and HRTEM image using a JEOL 4000FX TEM courtesy of Marion Kelsch and Peter A. van Aken, Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart

Sample La23Sr13MnO3 + 30% ZrO2 on LaAlO3 substrate

Sample La23Sr13MnO3 + 30% ZrO2 on LaAlO3 substrate
Data courtesy of Hanns-Ulrich Habermeier and Yuze Gao, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart TEM sample preparation and HRTEM image using a JEOL 4000FX TEM courtesy of Marion Kelsch and Peter A. van Aken, Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart

Surface plasmon resonance modes

Surface plasmon resonance modes

Local surface plasmon resonance mode (LSPR) mapping of gold pyramids using cathodoluminescence. (a) Composite image of secondary electron image (gray) and, 650 nm (green) and 750 nm (red) monochromatic cathodoluminescence images. (b) Cathodoluminescence spectra from edge and apex of the pyramid in the center of image (a). LSPRs at apex and edges of pyramid are revealed to be 670 nm (1.85 eV) and 620 nm (2.0 eV) emissions, respectively. Acquisition time 2 s/spectrum.

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