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Surface Carbides on Refractory-rich Ni-base superalloys

Surface carbides formed during carburization of experimental W- and Re-rich Ni-base superalloys. BSE image recorded on Philips XL30 FEGSEM at 20kV.

Image by Raghav Adharapurapu, Prof. Pollock's Research Group

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Surface Carbides on Refractory-rich Ni-base superalloys

Surface carbides formed during carburization of experimental W- and Re-rich Ni-base superalloys. BSE image recorded on Philips XL30 FEGSEM at 20kV.

Image by Raghav Adharapurapu, Prof. Pollock's Research Group

Philips CM12 AEM

Location: 2501B C. C. Little Building
Contact: Gordon Moore or Anja Schleicher
Acknowledgments: Publications resulting from work on this instrument should acknowledge the support of NSF grant #EAR-8708276

Analytical Electron Microscopy: Analytical Electron Microscopy is a generic term that is applied to any study where a variety of analysis techniques are used within one particular microscope. These techniques typically include X-ray Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (XEDS), Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS), Selected Area Electron Diffraction (SAED), Convergent Beam Electron Diffration (CBED), Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy, and Scanning Electron Microscopy. These techniques are briefly described in the glossary.

The University of Michigan EMAL has three analytical microscopes. They range in complexity form a fully commissioned instrument equipped for all of the above techniques to a basic CBED analysis instrument.

Applications

Accelerating Voltages

Filament

Vacuum

Resolution

Detectors

Sample Holders

Philips CM12 AEM Lishun Kao, a postgraduate student in Geological Sciences optimizing a STEM image on the Philips CM12.