JEOL NEWS Magazine

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    • Atomically Resolved Electric Field and Charge Density Imaging via 4D STEM
    • Phase-Modulated S-RESPDOR at Ultra-Fast MAS to Measure Accurate 1H-14N Distances
    • Electrostatic Potential Imaging of Organic Materials using Differential Phase Contrast
      Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
    • Visualization of Biological Structures by Ultra High-Voltage Electron Cryo-Microscopy
    • Observation of Phase Objects using STEM - Differential Phase Contrast (DPC) Microscopy
    • Chemical State Analysis of Light Elements in Nuclear Fission and Fusion Reactor Materials by Soft X-ray Emission Spectroscopy in Electron Probe Microanalyzer
    • Practical Workflow of CLEM – Trace of climbing fiber in cerebellar cortex of mouse
    • Development of JEM-ARM300F2: an Aberration Corrected 300 kV Microscope Capable of Both Ultrahigh
      Spatial Resolution Imaging and Highly Sensitive Analysis over a Wide Range of Acceleration Voltage
    • Various Analyses of Fine Structures using Multipurpose High Throughput Analytical FE-SEM: JSM-IT800
    • Introduction of Newly Developed Electron Probe Micro Analyzers
    • High-Sensitivity, High-Throughput Analysis of Residual Pesticides in Foods by JMS-TQ4000GC
      Combined with Large-Volume Injection Technique and Fast-GC Method
    • Mass Spectrometry Imaging using the JMS-S3000 “SpiralTOFTM-plus” Matrix Assisted
      Laser Desorption Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
    • Introduction of JEOL Products

JEOL NEWS Magazine (previous issues)

Vol. 47 No. 1, July 2012

• High Resolution Imaging and Spectroscopy Using CS-corrected TEM with Cold FEG JEM-ARM200F
• Strain Measurement by Dark Field Electron Holography with Dual Lens Operation
• Adapting a JEM-2100F for Magnetic Imaging by Lorentz TEM
• A New WDS Spectrometer for Valence Electron Spectroscopy Based on Electron Microscopy
• Electron Microscopic Study and X-ray Probe Microanalysis of the Liver of LEC Rat, an Animal Model of Wilson Disease
• Electron Microprobe Study of Otolith: Migratory Behavior and Habitat of Three Major Temperate Species of Eels
• Realization of an Innovative Metrological Traceability Using the Quantitative NMR Method
• Introduction of New Products

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