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Electron microscopy for materials research (EMAT)
Main organisation:Department of Physics
Lifecycle:1 Oct 2003 → Today
Organisation profile:Within EMAT materials science research is performed on the following topics: - Interpretation of electron microscopy data, including EELS data - Electron tomography - Ceramic bulk materials with special properties such as superconductivity, CMR, ferroelasticity, ferroelectricity, ¿ - Thin film ceramic materials with special properties. - Semiconducting materials, specifically the III-V compounds such as GaN - Metal alloys with shape memory properties; strain field determination around precipitates - Morphology and structure of nano particles - Zeolites and mesoporous materials.
Keywords:MATERIALS RESEARCH, SOLID STATE PHYSICS, SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY, ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
Disciplines:Condensed matter physics and nanophysics, Analytical chemistry