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TESCAN Scanning Electron Microscope



Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) is an essential analytical technique in materials science with applications spanning from medicine to materials physics. The grant will be used to replace a 14 year old multi-user SEM instrument that has served a very broad research community at iNANO across both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Technology. 

The immediate use of the new instrument involves a broad range of project related to the green transition and sustainable energy such as thermoelectrics, batteries, magnets, catalysis, cement, fractures, materials surfaces, biomaterials, bio-interfaces and memory devices. The direct instrument community includes 15 professors across nanoscience, chemistry, physics, geoscience, mechanical engineering and chemical engineering.