Japanese Application Notes
In situ imaging of nanostructures at high temperature to better understand the processes by which these structures are formed.
Two different techniques for sample preparation with the Aduro™. Sample then imaged at 1000°C
A hollow tube composed of three ALD layers is heated to 750°C and imaged continually. This minutes long dynamic process ended with the formation of two microtubes.
In situ heating for 9 minutes at 500°C reveal the shrinking of voids, surface rearrangement of the Fe2o3, growth of the larger Au nanoparticles and the very fine Au species coalesced into larger particles.
Atomic-scale structure images were recorded and analysis of the reduced phase by fast Fourier transform (FFT) analysis confirmed the appearance of extra spots in diffraction patterns as evidence for the formation of a superstructure during the high temperature reduction.
The simulation of high temperature/pressure gas reactions of catalysts using the Aduro™ system.
|Aduro™ Product Note||
This product brief outlines the key features and benefits of the Aduro™ system.
|Poseidon™ Japanese Application Notes|
|Poseidon™ Product Note||
Materials can now be imaged in their native environments and at the highest resolution possible. This product brief outlines the key features and benefits of the Poseidon™ system.
|E-Chip™ Japanese Application Notes|
|Poseidon™ E-chip™ Product Note||Nanometer Resolution in Microns of Liquid|
|Aduro™ E-chip Product Note||Atomic Resolution at 1000C|