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Pushing Electron Microscopy!

McGill Electron Microscopy Research Group promotes education of master and PhD students at McGill University based on a strong interaction between our research/academic staff and the students. Pushing the limits of our equipment to improve the knowledge of tomorrow's materials is our main axis of research as well as establishing low voltage scanning electron microscopy as an efficient technique for materials characterization.

NMC Cathode
Material

Pictures

Cancerous cells

Cancerous cells

PTFE network

PTFE network

Electrical steel

Electrical steel

Magnetic domain imaging of electrical steel

CNTs in PTFE

CNTs in PTFE

CNTs in polymer

CNTs in polymer

BF-STEM (80 nm section prepared by ultramicrotome)

CNTs in epoxy (cryo-fracture)

CNTs in epoxy (cryo-fracture)

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

CNT + PtNI nanoparticles

Clay + PLA composite

Clay + PLA composite

BF-STEM (80 nm section prepared by ultramicrotome)

Clay + PLA composite

Clay + PLA composite

BF-STEM (80 nm section prepared by ultramicrotome

Cancerous cells

Cancerous cells

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