Electron Ptychography Imaging

by Greg Bernhardt
Tags: electron, imaging, ptychography
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Looking forward to all the applications this will be used in!

A new microscopy method that ditches lenses altogether could create the highest-resolution images ever seen. The system reconstructs an image from the electron waves scattered by a sample, and has no fundamental experimental limits imposed by constraints like blurry glass or wavelengths of visible light. It can even be used to image live cells without harming them.
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Interesting. Usually electron microscopy techniques get adapted much later to x-rays. This time it's the other way around.

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That's awesome!

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