Environmental TEM: Fast is beautiful

This webinar will illustrate some recent results obtained, mainly in the field of nanoparticles in a context of catalysis, using a dedicated Cs-corrected 300 kV ETEM at CLYM (www.clym.fr) in Lyon, France.

Webinar: Practical approaches for in-situ and environmental transmission electron microscopy

During this webinar Dr. Ai Leen Koh will speak about how in-situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) concerns the examination of dynamic events in a sample under a controlled, externally applied stimulation.

Webinar: Nanocathodoluminescence reveals the optical properties of III-nitride LEDs

During this webinar Dr. Griffiths will describe how nanocathodoluminescence (nanoCL) can reveal the optical properties of individual InGaN quantum wells (QW) in high efficiency light emitting diodes.

Chemical and compositional analysis of 3D NAND and FinFET devices

Learn how the complementary nature of electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) signals makes it highly desirable to acquire both during transmission electron microscope (TEM) investigations of materials. With ongoing improvements in electron instrumentation and detectors, it is now practical to acquire joint EELS-EDS spectrum image data for materials analysis all the way from large area mapping down to atomic scale analysis.

Joint EELS–EDS spectrum imaging for fast-mapping and atomic scale analysis

The complementary nature of electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) signals makes it highly desirable to acquire both during transmission electron microscope (TEM) investigations of materials. With ongoing improvements in electron instrumentation and detectors, it is now practical to acquire joint EELS/EDS spectrum image data for materials analysis, all the way from large area mapping down to atomic scale analysis.

Optimizing STEM spectrum image acquisition for high speed analysis

STEM EELS spectrum imaging can reveal composition and chemical changes at the nanoscale and even the atomic scale in many cases. To reveal this information, the researcher needs to optimize not only the spectrometer, but also the sample and the STEM configuration. In this webinar, we discuss how to optimize the configuration of the STEM and EELS system for high speed spectrum imaging analysis. Attendees will learn the requirements of EELS camera and spectrometer settings needed to push the limits of spectrum image performance.

3View Neuroscience Webinar

Data courtesy of Dr. Grahame Kidd of the Cleveland Clinic

This webinar presents the technique and technology of serial block-face SEM, using the 3View® system. In a focus on neuroscience, Dr. Grahame Kidd of the Cleveland Clinic relates his research using 3View system, with particular emphasis in quantification of 3D metrics.

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