Crystallography is a chemistry technique for characterizing compounds. Standard crystallography uses X-ray technology, but this is limited because crystals must be a certain size. Only about a third of crystalline compounds make large crystals. Alternatively, transmission electron microscopes can be used for the same technique. Here, there is no lower size limitation, but these machines are designed for imaging, not crystallography. This technology is a sample holder for these microscopes but specialized for crystallography, with the aim of removing one of the current bottlenecks of this technique.
Specialized electron crystallography sample holder
Specialized sample holder for single crystal electron diffraction
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