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SCANDEMCopenhagen, DenmarkMay 13, 2013 - May 18, 2013
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The FEI Nova™ NanoSEM line of SEMs provides high-quality nanoscale research tools for a variety of applications that involve sample characterization, analysis, nanoprototyping, and S/TEM sample preparation.
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FEI has changed the way correlative microscopy is conducted, with new solutions designed for ease of use, accuracy and efficiency. Both light and electron microscopists will appreciate FEI’s comprehensive methods.
The revolution in X-ray analytics continues. New 3D chemical mapping capability delivers additional information for a more thorough understanding of the relationship between function, properties and structure, at the nanoscale.
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Catalysts are essential for environmental protection, energy production, chemical supplies, fuel upgrading, and the effective use of natural resources, with the most rapid growth in the use of catalysts being in the automotive and chemical industries. For scientists working in these areas, it is extremely important for them to be able to observe chemical reactions and catalyst changes that are taking place at the nano- and atomic-scale.
Watch the full webcast on direct, atomic-scale observation of catalysts under (near) operation condition using Environmental TEM. Presented by Joerg R. Jinschek, PhD and hosted by C&EN.
Atomic scale structure-function relationship of heterogeneous catalysts: investigation of gas-solid interactions by ETEM.
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Use of an Environmental Transmission Electron Microscope for Dynamic in situ Studies of Nano-Structured Materials at the Atomic Scale