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Live Nanoscale Process Characterization
Advanced microscopy and spectroscopy techniques for real time observations of nanoscale processes
Understanding Nanoscale Processes
Physical, chemical and biological processes on the nanoscale are fundamental to modern technology and life. The complexity of atomic scale processes leads to an urgent need in being able to directly observe them to improve our understanding of nature and develop improved processes in technology and production.
This site provides short introductory learning modules that will give you a foundational introduction to advanced methods not often taught specifically in curricula.
Livenano.org is created and run by researchers for researchers, to support our work and develop in situ and in operando methods.
In Situ Liquid & Gas Phase
Niels de Jonge:
Membrane proteins studied within whole cells via liquid phase electron microscopy
"Visualizing the Bottom-up and Top-down Formation of Nanomaterials in Liquids with Transmission Electron Microscopy "
"Exploring new frontiers in materials, life and Earth sciences with liquid-phase transmission electron microscopy"
"Investigating crystallization pathways by liquid phase TEM "
By Researchers for Researchers
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This site is supported by DTU Nanolab at the Technical University of Denmark, founded by Kristian S. Mølhave.
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