Collaborative development of direct electron imaging detectors in the scanning electron microscope

The Universities of Strathclyde and Glasgow and the National Physical Laboratory are working together on the development of new energy filtering direct electron imaging detectors for use in the scanning electron microscope. The unique properties of our detectors will enable the investigation of the structural properties of materials with improved lateral and depth resolution, enabling, for example, the investigation of defects in single nanorods.

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