Oxford Instruments, a global leader in microanalysis systems, has launched Symmetry® the world’s first CMOS-based electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) detector.
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While the actual term ‘nanotechnology’ was not introduced until 1974 by Japanese scientist Norio Taniguchi, the original concept behind this massively developed field of science was introduced by Richard Feynman in his 1959 speech titled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom.1”
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Samuel Halim, CEO and founder of Avantama AG, talks to AZoNano about the advances in quantum dot technology for the display industry.
Dr. Madeline J. Dukes
DR. Madeline J. Dukes, an Application Scientist from Protochips talks to AZoNano about their range of products, that are pushing the boundaries for laboratories who in the past where challenged when it came to in situ TEM tools.
Mike Davies, International Sales and Applications Engineer at Micro Materials, talks to AZoNano about the NanoTest Xtreme and the benefits it offers user when performing indentation experiments under vacuum conditions.
NanoBlitz has the capability to perform indents in less than 0.8 second per indent up to 90,000 indents (300×300 array), and can provide E, H, S at a specified load for each indent in the array.
The miniDAWN® TREOS® II is designed to determine absolute molar mass and size to characterize proteins, small polymers, peptides, and nanoparticles in solution.
The ZEISS Crossbeam doubles up as a 3D nano-workstation. The imaging and analytical performance of a field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) can be combined with the processing ability of a focused ion beam (FIB).
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