Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) uses a focused beam of electrons to image a sample by transmitting the beam through it. Recent work has used TEM to investigate the temperature dependence of the structure of graphene oxide, focusing in particular on the placement of the oxygen atoms around the carbon lattice.
Using Fiber-Optics to Track Ice Sheet Movement
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
Graphene Oxide Breakthrough using Transmission Electron Microscopy
Raman Spectroscopy: Potential in Analyzing Hydrogels
Cutting Through Ice with ICESat-2's Space Lasers to Track Arctic Melting
Introducing the Quantum-Enabled Gas Imaging Camera for Methane Leak Detection
By Ben Pilkington
IPCC Editorial Series: Industrial Response to Climate Change
By Megan Craig
Scientists Achieve 1000 Tomograms per Second in X-Ray Microscopy of Materials
Hyperbolic Mirrors for Earth Observation Satellites
From Optical Surfaces Ltd.
Radiant Presents Considerations for Evaluating Windshield Effects on Head-Up Displays at Intelligent Lighting & Displays Online Event
From Radiant Vision Systems
Teledyne to Showcase Comprehensive Portfolio of Industrial and Scientific Imaging Technology at Vision 2021
From Teledyne DALSA
Biotium Announces First Fluorescent Dyes with Infrared Emission Beyond 850 nm
From Biotium, Inc.
3D Raman Mapping of a Transdermal Patch
From Edinburgh Instruments
Confocal Raman and Photoluminescence Microscopy for Forensic Investigations
New Time-Domain Single-Pixel Imaging Technique to Measure Ultrafast Pulses
Unique Properties of Polarization for Use in Biomedical and Clinical Applications
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FlowCam® 8000 Series for digital imaging and microscopy from Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc.