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Au Particle Formed on Au/BaTiO3 film

Scanning electron microscope image, recorded in the Hitachi S3200N SEM, of a small gold particle formed after heat treatment of a series of thin films of LaSrTiO3/BaTiO3 grown on top of a SrTiO3 substrate via pulse-laser deposition.

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Au Particle Formed on Au/BaTiO3 film

Scanning electron microscope image, recorded in the Hitachi S3200N SEM, of a small gold particle formed after heat treatment of a series of thin films of LaSrTiO3/BaTiO3 grown on top of a SrTiO3 substrate via pulse-laser deposition.

About the Laboratory

The University of Michigan Electron Microbeam Analysis Laboratory (EMAL) is a university-wide user facility for the microstructural and microchemical characterization of materials. The laboratory was originally established in 1978 with the goals of providing and maintaining state-of-the-art equipment for use by the university research community. The laboratory was divided into two when the Department of Materials Science & Engineering moved to its current North Campus location.

EMAL is currently has two locations - the west basement of the Space Research Building on North Campus and the second floor of the C.C. Little Building on Central Campus.

Anyone in the university research community who needs to use the EMAL facilities is welcome to do so. The laboratory is also open to users from other universities and to users from local industry. There is a nominal charge for the use of the equipment and this is designed to cover the operating costs of the instruments.

EMAL keeps statistical data regarding the number of new and current users, as well as a breakdown of users according to organizations and areas of research and study.