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GCC 2022 Conference Review

Next Steps in GC-MS Petrochemical Analysis: Gulf Coast Conference 2022 Review

Level up your petrochemical analysis after GCC 2022: Learn about GCxGC, AI structural analysis, and how to skip the sample prep when analyzing motor oils.

JEOL Additive Manufacturing with 3D Printer

JEOL and Additive Manufacturing – why JEOL developed a new 3D Printer

JEOL expertise in electron optics lead to development of e-beam melting 3D metal printer

overview of electron beam lithography

An overview of electron beam lithography

Electron beam lithography uses a focused electron beam to pattern the surface of a material. As electron beams can be very tightly focused and small beam sizes achieved, electron beam lithography can be used to create very intricate structures for a wide variety of nanofabrication applications.

Achieving Pristine Cross Sections of Battery Samples for SEM

Achieving Pristine Cross Sections of Battery Samples for Scanning Electron Microscopy

JEOL’s Cooling Cross Section Polisher for Lithium Ion Batteries uses broad ion beam milling to prepare artifact-free cross-sections for SEM.

cryo-electron microscopy images and microscope

What is Cryo-Electron Microscopy Used for?

Cryo-electron microscopy is an imaging method that has revolutionized the recording 3D images of the structures of proteins.

How Cryo-EM Differs from TEM

How Cryo-EM Differs from TEM

Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-em) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) share many similarities, but their main difference is in sample prep.

Choosing the right scanning electron microscope for your laboratory

Choosing the right scanning electron microscope for your laboratory

This article introduces the imaging technique scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and gives readers guidance on the criteria to consider when choosing the right type of SEM instrument.

Suiting Up with NanoSuit for Imaging in the SEM

Suiting Up with NanoSuit for Imaging in the SEM

FAU Owls Lab uses a unique biofilm for imaging microorganisms in the NeoScope Tabletop Scanning Electron Microscope

Carbon Nanotubes imaged by TEM (L) and SEM (R)

Scanning Electron Microscopes Vs Transmission Electron Microscopes

Two of the most popular electron microscopy methods make use of scanning electron microscopes (SEM) and transmission electron microscopes (TEM).

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