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ASU's Center for Aberration Corrected Electron Microscopy (ACEM) provides researchers with unrivaled capability to understand the behavior of materials at the atomic-level. Part of ASU's LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science, the building was custom designed for exceptional stability. Dedicated in February 2012, this is considered one of the premier microscopy facilities in the U.S. and has become the design standard for aberration corrected microscopy.
To achieve the highest levels of visual and spectral resolution in electron microscopy, it is necessary to minimize impacts of the environment in which the microscope is operating. These impacts can include vibrations; noise; electrical fields; temperature changes; air currents; pressure pulses; and even the presence of people.
|Nion UltraSTEM 100||
The Nion UltraSTEM 100 is an aberration corrected STEM that offers sub-angstrom resolution at both 100 keV and 60 keV. A special monochromater...
|John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (SCOB N107)|
The ARM200F is an aberration corrected STEM equipped with both an x-ray spectrometer and a special, newly developed electron spectrometer, with...
|John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (SCOB N109)|
|Titan 300/80 (FEI)||
The FEI Titan ETEM is an aberration-corrected, monochromated, environmental TEM ideally suited for observing functional materials at the atomic...
|John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (SCOB N103)|