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Home > News > FEI Installs World's Most Powerful Commercial Microscope

November 10th, 2005

FEI Installs World's Most Powerful Commercial Microscope

Abstract:
Ohio State University's Center for Accelerated Maturation of Materials (CAMM) has become the first
North American site to install and begin using the world's highest-resolution, commercially-available scanning/transmission electron (S/TEM) microscope, the FEI Titan(TM) 80-300. This new system yields powerful sub-Angstrom (atomic scale) imaging and analysis capabilities.

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