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.
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