The main challenges when analyzing nanostructures come down to your sensitivity and your accuracy. With nanostructures especially, you can be looking at trace amounts of material and you want to be able to capture what's truly there. If you're analyzing down to individual atoms, you want to make sure that you are fully capturing that single atom, of Sulfur, for example.
Using Thin Films for Solar Panels
By Liam Critchley
Characterizing 2D Materials with AFM-IR Spectroscopy
From Bruker Nano Surfaces
Creating More Reliable AFM Results with Intelligent Scantronic™ Software
From NT-MDT Spectrum Instruments
Characterizing Superconducting Tapes and Wires
From Oxford Instruments Nanoscience
Accurate Nanoparticle Size Distribution from SAXS Measurements
Performing In Situ EDS in the TEM
By Alina Shrourou
AGM Develops Composite Applications for Space Exploration with Infinite Composites Technologies
From Applied Graphene Materials
XG Sciences Adds Engine Oil Additives to Growing List of Commercial Applications Leveraging its Graphene-Based Products
From XG Sciences, Inc.
First Graphene to Develop Graphene-Based Energy Storage Materials for Supercapacitors
From First Graphene Ltd.
Fight Against Global Antibiotic Resistance Aided by Novel Nanomesh Drug Delivery System
Nanomesh Drug Delivery Provides Hope Against Global Antibiotic Resistance
Can Nanotechnology Be Used to Improve Access to Clean Water?
Visualizing Electric Charge Density of Materials at Sub-Angstrom Resolution
Rice Team Exposes How Plasmons Enhance Electroluminescence
An interview with Jennifer McConnell, Product Manager at Protochips about how TEM can be made more relevant for catalysis research.
Dr Sam Marks
Dr Sam Marks discusses the ability to study nanostructures in situ in the TEM with Oxford Instruments' silicon drift detectors.
This is in a interview in which we speak to Richard Baxter from Novocarbon about the optimum materials and methods to create battery storage that lasts.
Find out how the TS-C30 active vibration isolation table delivers value for researchers.
The CERES system developed by Exaddon AG, provides complex metal 3D printing with submicron resolution under ambient conditions.
The Climate product family allows investigation of the nano-world in real-world heating and gas environments, inside your high-resolution TEM.