Thursday, February 23, 2006

3D Images of Nanostructures

It is the world’s first electron microscope for simultaneously and automatically investigating in three-dimensions the phase content, crystallographic texture, and crystal interfaces of materials.

This allows scientists to see the inner structure of nanomaterials, biological matter, and high-performance steels, in ways that other microscopic procedures cannot - and in full 3D.


The 3D gradient of the crystallographic orientations in an intermetallic iron-aluminium specimen.


Max Planck Society - Press Release

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