Instructor: Chris Boothroyd (FACTS)
18 May 2022 (Wed) 9.30 - 11 am
Scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) is an alternative to TEM for imaging thin samples in transmission. STEM images are usually easier to interpret than TEM images and STEM can do chemical mapping at high resolution. This talk will cover the theory behind STEM imaging and the variety of information that can be obtained from STEM. An understanding of the material covered in the introduction to TEM will be assumed.
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