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December 21st, 2004
The Nanostructural Analysis Network Organisation (NANO) has commissioned at the University of Sydney a unique state-of-the-art instrument for nanostructural analysis.
The LEAP(R) Atom Probe Microscope developed and marketed by Imago Scientific Instruments Corporation, of Madison, Wisconsin USA, represents world leading capability for 3-D imaging and analysis at the atomic scale.
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