Feb. 29, 2016ScienceElectron and Ion Microscopy
The system contains a quadruple ionization detector of backscattered electrons placed in a hole of the objective lens and a pressure limiting aperture extension serving alternatively as an ionization secondary electron detector or the ...
Nov. 10, 2015ScienceLight Microscopy
High-speed optical imaging is widely used for exploring and understanding fast dynamics, but the temporal resolution of conventional high-speed cameras is limited to about 1 ns due to their technical limitations. Here we introduce a ...
Jan. 26, 2015ScienceScanning Probe Microscopy
The open source and community driven software project GXSM takes the next level to provide a highly and in-operando adaptable scanning probe microscopy (SPM) control system. A highly efficient digital signal processing (DSP) interfaces any ...
Apr. 29, 2010ScienceX-Ray Analysis
Material analysis in art historical research provides information on dating, tracing the process of origin and state of preservation of art objects. Usually XRF and optical spectroscopy are used to study pigments in paintings. However ...
Feb. 09, 2010ScienceProtocols
Modern automated fluorescence microscopes are complex devices, dedicated to produce accurate representations of objects at a resolution exceeding the resolving power of the human visual system up to about 1000-fold. The fidelity and ...
Nov. 09, 2009ScienceProtocols
Microscopical studies in biology have relied on two complementary microscope technologies - light (fluorescence) microscopy and electron microscopy. Light microscopy is used to study phenomena at a global scale and to look for unique or ...
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