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TEM (Transmission Electron Microscope): Imaging of atomic structure, including defects, nanometer-scale selected area diffraction, 3D imaging.

STEM (Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope): Atomic imaging of individual atomic columns; elemental mapping; elemental ID including STEM with 0.8A spatial resolution.

Related Equipment

Equipment Description Facility
2010F (JEOL)

The 2010 F is equipped with thin-window light-element-sensitive X-ray detector and a Gatan Enfina energy-loss spectrometer for high spatial...

John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (PSB 54E)
CM200-FEG (Philips)

The Philips CM200-FEG high resolution TEM/STEM can be used for high resolution imaging and spectroscopy, Lorentz imaging of magnetic materials at...

John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (PSB 154B)
Tecnai F20 (FEI)

The FEI Tecnai F20 is equipped with a differentially pumped environmental cell for in situ studies of gas-solid reaction kinetics and mechanisms....

John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (PSB 159)
Titan Krios (FEI)

The Titan Krios is a dedicated cryogenic electron microscope for life science imaging of cellular and macromolecular assemblies.

John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (SCOB N113)
JEOL 1200EX TEM (Bio)

The JEOL 1200EX transmission electron microscope has an operating range of 20-120 kV and a maximum resolution of approx 0.5 nm.

Life Science Electron Microscopy (LSC L2-34)
Philips CM 12 TEM (Bio)

The Philips CM12 transmission electron microscope has an operating range of 20-120 kV and maximum resolution of approx 0.5 nm.

Life Science Electron Microscopy (LSC L2-34)