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  • Time to knowledge
    High Impact Research: Cryo APT for Biological Applications

    Wednesday, May 12, 2021

    We will review the recent advances in the development of cryo-APT, with a special focus on understanding the unique instrumentation and sample preparation techniques that will allow cryo-APT to be applied to a broad range of materials study. This session will dedicated to how cryo-APT has made and will be making enormous potential in revolutionising nanoscience across the physical, materials and life sciences disciplines.

    Duration: 60 minutes

  • APT-Pole indexing
    Technology of APT: Pole Indexing and Spatial Distribution Maps

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

    What's your orientation?

    Raw data from APT is incredibly rich in information. In this webinar, we will investigate the use of crystal identification to measure and improve spatial reconstruction accuracy. The use of automatic crystal pole mapping and spatial distribution map modules in the analysis software will be explored and used on real-world examples.

    Duration: 60 minutes

  • APT - Specimen
    Technology of APT: Advanced Specimen Preparation

    Monday, May 3, 2021

    How and Why.

    Specimen preparation for 3D nanoscale analysis with Atom Probe Tomography has become routine for a wide variety of applications, but site specific specimen preparation to get 3D compositional information about interfaces or specific features in functional materials (like nano-electronics) can require advanced techniques, including correlative microscopy.

    Duration: 53 minutes

  • Geoscience APT
    High Impact Research: Geosciences, with Dr. David Saxey

    Monday, February 15, 2021

    Recent years have seen the significant uptake of APT within the geosciences. The study of chemical and isotopic variability within geological materials provides valuable information on past geological events and processes, and APT allows these variations to be studied at much smaller scales than conventional geoanalytical techniques.

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    Duration: 60 minutes

  • Nuclear Materials
    High Impact Research: Nuclear Materials

    Monday, February 8, 2021

    Nuclear materials are defined as a broad category of any materials used to support human-made nuclear processes, both peaceful and, sometimes, less than peaceful. These materials - especially in large-scale electrical power plants - must behave as expected to maintain the safety of the surrounding communities.

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    Duration: 58 minutes

  • Time to knowledge
    Technology of APT: Time to Knowledge

    Monday, February 1, 2021

    Specimen Preparation and Data Acquisition Automation.

    From sample alignment to scripted and chain acquisition or tool-to-tool matching, these three new features address several levels of automation requirements. They increase the instrument's ease-of-use, optimize measurement stability, data quality and yield, and greatly improve productivity.

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    Duration: 30 minutes

  • Ranging Peak ID
    Technology of APT: Ranging, Peak ID, Peak Deconvolution

    Monday, January 25, 2021

    The Basis of Everything You Do in APT.

    The definition of a peak is important in any type of spectral analysis. It's even more critical in atom probe tomography, as not only will ranging define the composition, it also defines the shape and size of the features in the dataset.

    View this short webinar with a Q&A session.

    Duration: 56 minutes

  • Cluster precipitate searching
    Introduction to APT: Cluster/Precipitate Searching

    Monday, January 18, 2021

    Clusters and precipitates are incredibly important in materials.

    They can be responsible for dramatic improvements in strength for light alloys, steels, and superalloys. They can also cause catastrophic loss of ductility in applications like pressure vessels and provide nucleation points for corrosion.

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    Duration: 60 minutes

  • Grain Boundaries - APT
    Introduction to APT - Grain Phase Boundary Analysis

    Monday, January 11, 2021

    The micro and nanoscale composition and structure of interfaces have tremendous influences on mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties. In this webinar, we will learn how to identity and target interfaces of interest and then make the most out of our quantitative 3D nanoscale mass spectrometer (Atom Probe) data.

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    Duration: 58 minutes