New Flash Talk Alert From Katayun Barmak

Episode 19 of our #FlashTalk series is now available on YouTube! In this episode, Dr. Katayun Barmak from Columbia University shares her recently published work on automation of grain boundary detection using machine learning. Here, you can learn about the U-Net convolutional neural network that was trained on bright field datasets of polycrystalline materials. Bright field … Read More

Electrochemical rewiring through quantum conductance effects in single metallic memristive nanowires

Tuesday publication update! Have you ever wanted to look at quantum conductance effects? In these newest publication by @Gianluca Milano, @Federico Raffone, @Katarzyne Bejtka, @Ivan de Carlo, @Matteo Fretto, @Fabrizio Candido Pirri, @Giancarlo Cicero, @Carlo Ricciardi and @Ilia Valov memresitive nanowires were imaged using the #FusionAX system! ⚡In this recent study, the authors look at … Read More


How to Correlate Catalyst Activity to Morphological Changes in the TEM
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, May. 24, 2024

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Observing Catalyst Stability in the TEM, A Workflow
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, Apr. 26, 2024

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An Arsenal of Tools for the Preparation of In Situ Electron Microscopy Samples
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, Apr. 15, 2024

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Gas Analysis in Atmosphere AX Using an RGA
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Workflows for Gas-Phase Heterogeneous Catalysis Research
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Using a Standard Reference Electrode during In Situ Electron Microscopy
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Enhanced resistive switching performance and structural evolution of NiO/Nb2O5−x bilayer memristive device

Tuesday publication update! In this newest publication, the #FusionAX system was used to do electrical biasing experiments using in situ electron microscopy on next-generation resistive random-access memory (RRAM). By employing advanced electron microscopy techniques, including transmission electron microscopy (TEM), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS), the microstructural evolution of Pt/NiO/Nb2O5 x/Pt bilayer … Read More

Direct imaging of electron density with a scanning transmission electron microscope

Tuesday publication update! A new pioneering technique, known as secondary electron e-beam-induced current (SEEBIC), offers atomic-scale insights into material properties like conductivity, connectivity, and work function. However, this technique can also be used together with in situ electron microscopy. In this newest work, authors used the #FusionAX system and SEEBIC imaging on a stacked 2D … Read More

Mapping of the electrostatic potentials in a fully processed led device with nm-scale resolution by in situ off-axis electron holography

Additional Friday publication update! In this newest publication, the authors used the electrical capabilities of the #FusionAX system to look at the optoelectronic properties of fully processed red-emitting AlGaInP micro-diode devices ️The quantum wells within the diode exhibited a fascinating behavior—they rested on a potential gradient until reaching the threshold forward bias voltage for light … Read More

In situ TEM studies of relaxation dynamics and crystal nucleation in thin film nanoglasses

Tuesday publication update! In this recent publication, the #FusionAX system was used to directly observe crystallization processes at glass-glass interfaces in sputtered CuZr thin film nanoglasses. The authors utilizing in situ heating experiments combined with other interesting techniques such as nanobeam diffraction patterns (NBDP) and electron correlation microscopy (ECM). This powerful combination allowed them to … Read More

Asymmetric nanoparticle oxidation observed in-situ by the evolution of diffraction contrast

Tuesday publication update! Are you interested in structural compositional changes during dynamic behaviors? The following article has researched just this! In this latest work in-situ TEM experiments using the #FusionAX system have uncovered the oxidation from wüstite-magnetite (FeO@Fe3O4) core-shell nanoparticles to single crystalline magnetite, Fe3O4 nanoparticles. Using the ‘Ashby-Brown contrast,’ the structural changes of these … Read More

New Installation at the University of York!

New Installation alert!️So thrilled to share that a new Fusion system with AXON Synchronicity was installed at the University of York’s JEOL Nanocentre earlier this fall! Special thank you to our very own @Evan for leading this effort! Thank you Dr. Lari for having us on site! Looking forward to witnessing great scientific discoveries in … Read More