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Chemical and Advanced Materials Crystallography Characterization - CAM-2C

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AMES' strengths in the following directly benefit the DOE energy-sciences portfolio:

  • Scattering Sciences: X-ray, electron, and neutrons
  • Microscopies: chemical imaging, gene expression imaging, differential interference contrast, field ion, scanning tunneling, atomic force and ultra-fast stimulated emission depletion microscopies
  • Spectroscopies and Elemental Analysis: Auger, Raman, energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, x-ray photoelectron microscopy, and solid-state NMR
  • Property Measurements: magnetization; susceptibility; transport; thermodynamic quantities (e.g., heat capacities, enthalpies, magnetocalorics, thermopower, DTA, DSC and TGA) measured across a wide range of temperatures and applied magnetic fields (up to 14 Tesla)