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==Data==
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# HRP 70
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### Magnification
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### Image Number
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### Image Name
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#### tv28.tif
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### Magnification
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#### 42000
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### Image Number
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### Image Name
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### Magnification
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#### 74000
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### Image Number
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### Image Name
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# HRP 150
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### Magnification
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#### 26000
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### Image Number
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#### tv32.tif
==Notes==
==Notes==

Revision as of 14:29, 5 March 2014

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Objective

Finally running TEM at NIST today with John Heddleston

Description

We're taking TEM images using a Philips Electronic Instruments Company EM400T. The software analysis is being performed using the AnalySIS FIVE software program

Data

samples

  1. HRP 70
      1. Magnification
        1. 26000
      2. Image Number
        1. 2
      3. Image Name
        1. tv28.tif
      1. Magnification
        1. 42000
      2. Image Number
        1. 3
      3. Image Name
        1. tv30.tif
      1. Magnification
        1. 74000
      2. Image Number
        1. 4
      3. Image Name
        1. tv31.tif
  2. HRP 150
      1. Magnification
        1. 26000
      2. Image Number
        1. 5
      3. Image Name
        1. tv32.tif
      1. Magnification
        1. 42000
      2. Image Number
        1. 6
      3. Image Name
        1. tv33.tif
      1. Magnification
        1. 74000
      2. Image Number
        1. 7
      3. Image Name
        1. tv32.tif

Notes

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