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  1. Research

    Electron beam induced dehydrogenation of MgH2 studied by VEELS

    Nanosized or nanoconfined hydrides are promising materials for solid-state hydrogen storage. Most of these hydrides, however, degrade fast during the structural characterization utilizing transmission electron...

    Alexander Surrey, Ludwig Schultz and Bernd Rellinghaus

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:7

    Published on: 23 June 2016

  2. Research

    Dynamic scan control in STEM: spiral scans

    Scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) has emerged as one of the foremost techniques to analyze materials at atomic resolution. However, two practical difficulties inherent to STEM imaging are: radia...

    Xiahan Sang, Andrew R. Lupini, Raymond R. Unocic, Miaofang Chi, Albina Y. Borisevich, Sergei V. Kalinin, Eirik Endeve, Richard K. Archibald and Stephen Jesse

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:6

    Published on: 13 June 2016

  3. Research

    Detecting magnetic ordering with atomic size electron probes

    Although magnetism originates at the atomic scale, the existing spectroscopic techniques sensitive to magnetic signals only produce spectra with spatial resolution on a larger scale. However, recently, it has ...

    Juan Carlos Idrobo, Ján Rusz, Jakob Spiegelberg, Michael A. McGuire, Christopher T. Symons, Ranga Raju Vatsavai, Claudia Cantoni and Andrew R. Lupini

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:5

    Published on: 27 May 2016

  4. Research

    On the role of the gas environment, electron-dose-rate, and sample on the image resolution in transmission electron microscopy

    The introduction of gaseous atmospheres in transmission electron microscopy offers the possibility of studying materials in situ under chemically relevant environments. The presence of a gas environment can de...

    Martin Ek, Sebastian P. F. Jespersen, Christian D. Damsgaard and Stig Helveg

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:4

    Published on: 4 May 2016

  5. Research

    Automated analysis of evolving interfaces during in situ electron microscopy

    In situ electron microscopy allows one to monitor dynamical processes at high spatial and temporal resolution. This produces large quantities of data, and hence automated image processing algorithms are needed...

    Nicholas M. Schneider, Jeung Hun Park, Michael M. Norton, Frances M. Ross and Haim H. Bau

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:2

    Published on: 26 February 2016

  6. Research

    Assessment of off-axis and in-line electron holography for measurement of potential variations in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film solar cells

    Electron holography is employed to study variations of the electrostatic crystal potential in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 (CIGS) thin-film solar cells at different length scales: Long-range potential variations across the layer...

    Debora Keller, Stephan Buecheler, Patrick Reinhard, Fabian Pianezzi, Etienne Snoeck, Christophe Gatel, Marta D. Rossell, Rolf Erni and Ayodhya N. Tiwari

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2016 2:1

    Published on: 13 January 2016

  7. Research

    Communication of medical images to diverse audiences using multimodal imaging

    A study has been completed examining design issues concerning the interpretation of and dissemination of multimodal medical imaging data sets to diverse audiences. To create a model data set mouse fibrosarcoma...

    Laura M. Cole, Arul N. Selvan, Rebecca Partridge, Heath Reed, Chris Wright and Malcolm R. Clench

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:13

    Published on: 21 September 2015

  8. Research

    In situ structure of FtsZ mini-rings in Arabidopsis chloroplasts

    Chloroplasts are essential plant organelles that divide by binary fission through a coordinated ring-shaped division machinery located both on the outside and inside of the chloroplast. The first step in chlor...

    Carol B. Johnson, Zheng Long, Zhiping Luo, Rahamthulla S. Shaik, Min Woo Sung, Stanislav Vitha and Andreas Holzenburg

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:12

    Published on: 17 September 2015

  9. Erratum

    Erratum: Big data and deep data in scanning and electron microscopies: deriving functionality from multidimensional data sets

    Alex Belianinov, Rama Vasudevan, Evgheni Strelcov, Anton Ievlev, Chad Steed, Sang Mo Yang, Alexander Tselev, Stephen Jesse, Michael Biegalski, Galen Shipman, Christopher Symons, Albina Borisevich, Rick Archibald and Sergei Kalinin

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:11

    Published on: 29 August 2015

    The original article was published in Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:6

  10. Research

    Applying compressive sensing to TEM video: a substantial frame rate increase on any camera

    One of the main limitations of imaging at high spatial and temporal resolution during in-situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) experiments is the frame rate of the camera being used to image the dynamic pro...

    Andrew Stevens, Libor Kovarik, Patricia Abellan, Xin Yuan, Lawrence Carin and Nigel D. Browning

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:10

    Published on: 13 August 2015

  11. Research

    Smart Align—a new tool for robust non-rigid registration of scanning microscope data

    Many microscopic investigations of materials may benefit from the recording of multiple successive images. This can include techniques common to several types of microscopy such as frame averaging to improve s...

    Lewys Jones, Hao Yang, Timothy J. Pennycook, Matthew S. J. Marshall, Sandra Van Aert, Nigel D. Browning, Martin R. Castell and Peter D. Nellist

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:8

    Published on: 10 July 2015

  12. Review

    Big data and deep data in scanning and electron microscopies: deriving functionality from multidimensional data sets

    The development of electron and scanning probe microscopies in the second half of the twentieth century has produced spectacular images of the internal structure and composition of matter with nanometer, molec...

    Alex Belianinov, Rama Vasudevan, Evgheni Strelcov, Chad Steed, Sang Mo Yang, Alexander Tselev, Stephen Jesse, Michael Biegalski, Galen Shipman, Christopher Symons, Albina Borisevich, Rick Archibald and Sergei Kalinin

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:6

    Published on: 13 May 2015

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:11

  13. Research

    Reduced-dose and high-speed acquisition strategies for multi-dimensional electron microscopy

    Multi-dimensional electron microscopy has recently gained considerable interest thanks to the advent of microscopes with unprecedented analytical and in situ capabilities. These information-rich imaging modes, th...

    Zineb Saghi, Martin Benning, Rowan Leary, Manuel Macias-Montero, Ana Borras and Paul A Midgley

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:7

    Published on: 13 May 2015

  14. Research

    Physically motivated global alignment method for electron tomography

    Electron tomography is widely used for nanoscale determination of 3-D structures in many areas of science. Determining the 3-D structure of a sample from electron tomography involves three major steps: acquisi...

    Toby Sanders, Micah Prange, Cem Akatay and Peter Binev

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:4

    Published on: 8 April 2015

  15. Research

    High-precision scanning transmission electron microscopy at coarse pixel sampling for reduced electron dose

    Determining the precise atomic structure of materials’ surfaces, defects, and interfaces is important to help provide the connection between structure and important materials’ properties. Modern scanning trans...

    Andrew B Yankovich, Benjamin Berkels, Wolfgang Dahmen, Peter Binev and Paul M Voyles

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:2

    Published on: 25 March 2015

  16. Methodolgy

    Outrun radiation damage with electrons?

    The diffract-before-destroy method, using 50- to 100-fs x-ray pulses from a free-electron laser, was designed to determine the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules in close to their natural...

    Ray F Egerton

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:5

    Published on: 25 March 2015

  17. Research

    Using molecular dynamics to quantify the electrical double layer and examine the potential for its direct observation in the in-situ TEM

    Understanding the fundamental processes taking place at the electrode-electrolyte interface in batteries will play a key role in the development of next generation energy storage technologies. One of the most ...

    David A Welch, B Layla Mehdi, Hannah J Hatchell, Roland Faller, James E Evans and Nigel D Browning

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:1

    Published on: 25 March 2015

  18. Research

    Poisson noise removal from high-resolution STEM images based on periodic block matching

    Scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) provides sub-ångstrom, atomic resolution images of crystalline structures. However, in many applications, the ability to extract information such as atom positi...

    Niklas Mevenkamp, Peter Binev, Wolfgang Dahmen, Paul M Voyles, Andrew B Yankovich and Benjamin Berkels

    Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 2015 1:3

    Published on: 25 March 2015

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