ASTAR has been used to check the crystal quality of graphene in the research carried out by the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia at the Center for Nanotechnology Innovation@NEST in Pisa, Italy. More>
Researchers at Cambridge University and NanoMEGAS reveal detailed organic thin film structure with ASTAR
TEM orientation mapping, is becoming an increasingly popular and important technique. There has been significant instrumental development in recent years by the SME involved in JRA1, Nanomegas, enabling precession electron diffraction (PED) patterns to be acquired pixel by pixel across a scanned area. Such 4D data sets can be analysed to provide high resolution (ca. 1nm) phase-identification and orientation maps. Read More >
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