Aberration Corrected STEM/TEM Laboratories

Division of Electron Microscopy and Crystal Chemistry

Kyoto University

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Research Center for Ultra-High Voltage Electron Microsccopy

Osaka University

The Hitachi H-3000 3 MV Ultra-high voltage electron microscope is the highest accelerating voltage electron microscope in the world. The microscope is capable of imaging thick specimens due to the increase in the penetration of the electrons into the specimens. The large chamber allows for in-situ observations. The microscope is used to study the interaction of the high energy electrons and materials which results in lattice defect introduction and/or non-equilibrium phase formation.

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SuperSTEM

Daresbury Laboratory

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David Cockayne Centre for Electron Microscopy

Oxford University

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Austrian Centre for Electron Microscopy and Nanoanalysis

Graz University of Technology

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Innovative Electron Microscopy

Leibniz Institute for New Materials

Transmission electron microscopy and scanning TEM (STEM) are used for three-dimensional (3D) atomic structural and chemical analysis of materials and biological systems.

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Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy (StEM)

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems

The group studies material structure and chemistry at atomic resolutiopn. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) expertise is available to researchers at the Stuttgart Max Planck Institutes and researchers from external institutions and industry.

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