Investigations & Applications
About STEMAbout STEM including the physics of scanning tranmission electron microscope and the delopment of the Brookhaven National Lab STEM.
SuperSTEMThe SuperSTEM use an aberration corrected objective lens that simultaneously provides ultra-high resolution high angle annular dark field (HAADF) imaging and atomic-column electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) analysis of thin specimens. The Image gallery section includes brief summaries of significant results. The project section overviews current areas of application. It includes both metals and oxides as well as biological materials and electron irradiation-sensitive catalysts.
New views of materials through aberration-corrected STEMThe peer reviewed paper presents examples of the application of aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy to the study of complex oxides including determining atomic positions and the electronic structure for correlation with properties of the material.
Aberration-Corrected STEM: From Atomic Imaging and Analysis to Solving Energy ProblemsReview article published in 2009 on the advancement in aberration corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy summerizes advancements with reference to applications in advancement materials characterization.
From: , Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Authors: S. Pennycook, M. Chisholm, A. Lupini, M. Varela, A. Borisevich, M.Oxley, W.Luo, K. van Benthem, S. Oh, D. L. Sales, S. Molina, J. García-Barriocanal, C. Leon, J. Santamaría, S. Rashkeev, S. Pantelides
Citation: Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
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