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Tin on aluminum - backscattered image taken with JSM-7600F field emission SEM.
Zoned feldspar – colorized backscattered image taken with JSM-7000F field emission SEM.
Butterfly wing – low vacuum secondary image taken with JSM-6010LA InTouchScope.
Yeast cell – low vacuum secondary image.
Stained mouse retina showing more than 70 types of neurons, and microneuroma - montage of more than 1000 unattended frame captures in just three hours taken with JEM-1400 TEM.
(Marc Lab, Moran Eye Center, University of Utah)
Carbon nanotube on molecular organic framework imaged with JEOL JSM-7600F field emission SEM.
Radiolarian diatom imaged with JEOL NeoScope Benchtop SEM.
“Space Invader” - Tin type (Ni catalysis on top) carbon nanofibers grown in DC PECVD system. "Invader" created by arc in plasma. Image taken on JEOL JSM-7400F SEM by Dale Hensley of Oak Ridge National Lab, and colorized by Teri Subich of ORNL. Image won 1st place in AVS Art Zone contest, winter 2009.
HIV-1 Env-protein trimer, an immunogen for AIDS prevention, is characterized with (isosurface) and without (mesh) CD4 binding. Captured by cryoTEM and image processing.
(Holland Cheng,University of California, Davis)
Measurement of critical dimensions of a semiconductor device using the JEOL JEM-2800 high throughput, automated TEM.
EBSD image of a wire bond prepared using the JEOL Cross Section Polisher.
Phase contrast image - T4 phage in ice (courtesy of the laboratory of Prof. K. Nagayama, Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience, Okazaki, Japan).
NeoScope benchtop SEM image of defect-free toroidal resonator created by Armani Research Group, University of Southern California.
Iron oxide (rust) – secondary SEM image.
Atomic resolution imaging using JEOL JEM-ARM200F with 78 picometer resolution (using cold FEG).
Quartz and zinc oxide - cathodoluminescent image taken with JSM-7600F SEM.
Surface of cyan color toner particle.