Electron Crystallography laboratory

Equipment/facility: lab


    Electron Crystallography laboratory focuses on development and implementation of novel state of the art methods of electron crystallography in the field of metallurgy. Applying 3D electron diffraction tomography - atomic structure of complex materials (mostly intermetallics) are being solved. Using classical and novel methods of transmission electron microscopy - microstructure and structural defects are being studied for understanding the unique properties of alloys and compounds, aiming at development of new structural materials with outstanding physical and chemical properties.

    Significant equipment:
    Transmission Electron Microscope; Precession Electron Diffraction; In-situ heating holder (up to 1000 degrees C); series of furnaces, including arc melting; TEM sample preparation equipment (cut; polish; electropolishing; ion polishing etc.)


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