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Making STEM Specimen We will look at each one of these methods in turn.
Making STEM Specimen – Dispersion Method
Making STEM Specimen – Microtomy Method
Making S(T)EM Specimen – Focus Ion Beam (FIB), Ion Mill, Plasma/UV Cleaner Method
Making STEM Specimen – Focus Ion Beam (FIB) Method
Making a Thin Cross-sectional Specimen by FIB
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Limited Micro/Nano Machining MEMS Lab on a chip
Viewing of Cell Cluster
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Making STEM Specimen – Focus Ion Beam (FIB) Method
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TEM charcaterization Basic modes – Bright field microscopy – Dark field Microscopy –STEM – EDAX – EELS.
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Ammonium Ion Wet Deposition
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TEM specimen preparation- Using a Focused Ion Beam The alloy microstructure is shown alongside. It has a two-phase microstructure. Sample composition:
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Multicellular Organisms. Tissue - a group of similar cells that together perform a specific function in an organism.
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