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New HR-TEM installation in progress in Nanomicroscopy Center

New high throughput nano-analysis TEM is planned to be operational during Jan 2016
NMC; JEOL JEM-2800; TEM; Installation

A JEOL JEM-2800 high-throughput, high-resolution TEM system is currently being installed to Nanomicroscopy Center.

This versatile TEM features high resolution imaging in TEM, STEM, and SE modes; ultrasensitive elemental mapping with a large angle Energy Dispersive Spectrometer (EDS) for chemical analysis; TEM/STEM tomography; and in situ observation of samples.

The JEM-2800 functions without the use of fluorescent screen. It is operated in a bright room.

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