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Seeing Materials in Motion: Why Today’s Researchers Need Dynamic Characterization

Researchers want to observe dynamic material interactions in real time, not just in a static state. With FEI’s environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) systems, researchers can reproduce a variety of conditions needed for carrying out realistic in situ experiments to explore the structure-property-function relationships of their materials.

Innovations in materials and industrial production processes demand greater visibility into the structural properties, elemental distributions, and dynamic changes of materials in their natural state. FEI’s ESEM-compatible systems offer precise control over experimental parameters and specimen chamber environment for real-time observation of material property changes.

Watch our exclusive webcast, Seeing Materials in Motion: Why Today’s Researchers Need Dynamic Characterization, and learn more about Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy (ESEM) and how it enables high-resolution dynamic observations of a material’s behavior/property changes under a variety of environmental stimuli, from the micro- to the nanoscales.

See examples of:

  • Dissolution and recrystallization of salt in a water vapor environment.
  • Wettability by contact angle measurement.
  • Fuel cell film layer peeling due to humidity change.
  • Water lock of sodium polyacrylite during hydration/dehydration.

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