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October 29th, 2009

Voir les atomes : un travail de Titan (du moins en Aragon)

Abstract:
Vendredi 2 octobre : un camion livre des caisses en bois à l'université de Saragosse qui n'a pas peur, à l'unisson du gouvernement aragonais, de parler de journée historique pour l'Aragon. C'est vrai que ces caisses contiennent les éléments de deux microscopes électroniques Titan (société FIE) qui dans trois à quatre mois, permettront au nouveau Laboratoire de Microscopies Avancées - LMA, de démarrer ses activités en étant doté de ce qui se fait de mieux au monde : Titan est un microscope électronique à transmission ultra haute résolution avec correcteur d'aberration sphérique, qui doit permettre de distinguer les atomes d'un cristal avec une résolution inférieure à 1 Angström, soit 10 millionièmes de millimètre, taille typique des atomes. Un des deux Titan sera réservé à l'imagerie (organisation des atomes), l'autre à la spectroscopie (nature des atomes).

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