Modern Electron Microscopy: A Nanolab Rather Than an Electron Optical Instrument
Spectacular advances in electromagnetic lens design conquer spherical aberration and push image resolution to picometers for electron microscopy. As a side benefit, the pole gap size can increase and high resolution can be achieved over a large sample volume. Consequently one can measure electrical, optical, mechanical and magnetic properties at different temperatures and conditions making the TEM a “Nano laboratory.” This talk will show examples of research in operando on different nanomaterials, including nano-plasmonic materials, nanoparticles, and radiation sensitive samples.
Yacamán, Miguel José, "Modern Electron Microscopy: A Nanolab Rather Than an Electron Optical Instrument" (2019). Public Lecture Series. 148.