A new TEM in iLM

The Light Matter Institute has recently replaced its 200 kV Transmission Electron Microscope, with a more recent model (JEOL 2100 HT).

The new TEM is equipped with a bottom mounted Gatan 11M pixel CCD camera, Annular Bright and Dark Field STEM detectors and an Oxford Instruments SDD EDX detector. This instrument assures access to nano-characterisation facilities for the iLM’s research teams and is open to other laboratories in and around Lyon via various research support structures (PNNL, CLYM, NanoLyon). It will also permit the continuation of novel in-situ nanomanipulation experiments developed by the ILM’s PNEC team.

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