IN SITU

In order to test novel materials in challenging working conditions (heat , stress, liquid environment etc) is important to use dedicated TEM holders in combination with ASTAR orientation /phase maps , as well as strain maps to monitor in real time structural changes in engineering materials.

WEBINARS

Coupling in-situ TEM and ACOM-ASTAR to characterize GB motion

Dr. Romain Gautier
CNRS-CEMES Toulouse, France

ASTAR a tool to characterize Na mechanism inside individual crystals of Na-ion battery materials

Dr. Arnaud Demortiere
UMR CNRS/LRCS Univ of Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France

The use of Precession Diffraction for in situ Cross-correlative microscopy

Prof. Greg Thomson, University of Alabama

Combining in situ TEM and Orientation mapping/understanding the deformation and annealing

Dr. Christian Kuebel KIT , Germany Institute of Nanotechnology

PUBLICATIONS

ASTAR- IN SITU HEATING EXPERIMENTS

Brons, J. G., et al. “A Comparison of Grain Boundary Evolution during Grain Growth in Fcc Metals.” Acta Materialia, vol. 61, no. 11, Acta Materialia Inc., 2013, pp. 3936–44,doi:10.1016/j.actamat.2013.02.057.

ASTAR- IN SITU STRAIN EXPERIMENTS

Veron, M., et al. “TEM Deformation Maps : Microstructure & Mechanical Behaviour.” TMS 2012, 2012, https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00818007.

ASTAR- IN SITU ULTRA FAST TEM

Kulovits, A., et al. “Revealing the Transient States of Rapid Solidification in Aluminum Thin Films Using Ultrafast in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy.” Philosophical Magazine Letters, vol. 91, no. 4, 2011, pp. 287–96, doi:10.1080/09500839.2011.558030.

APPLICATION NOTES

HYSITRON application notes

Liquid cell application note

Observation of dynamic 3D motion of nanoparticles combined with 4D-STEM orientation and phase map in Liquid-Cell STEM microscopy

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