Ultra-Micro Analysis User Facility Center for Nanomaterials Development
(Kyushu University)

The Ultramicroscopy Research Center at Kyushu University provides the nanomaterial research community with access to the state-of-the-art TEMs, STEMs and other related equipment to pursue development of advanced nanomaterials by nanostructure characterization and analysis. Leading researchers and professors of Kyushu University host the users through their research performance using the facilities.

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The Ultramicroscopy Research Center houses various advanced electron microscopes and the related equipment, which include a unique high-voltage electron microscope with an omega-type in-column electron energy filter, aberration-corrected scanning/transmission electron microscopes equipped with highly sensitive X-ray and electron detectors, a scanning electron microscope combined with a high-energy-resolution TES microcalorimetry XEDS and etc, as listed below. We host user's research procedure consistently from planning up to experimental data analysis of nanostructure characterization of a wide range of materials by utilizing the facilities. We also offer basic and specialized training courses monthly as well as seminars to facilitate sharing of latest information on progress in nanostructure characterization among users.

The Ultramicroscopy Research Center Aberration-corrected scanning/transmission
electron microscope (JEM-ARM200F)
equipped with a high-sensitivity X-ray detector
Scanning electron microscope (Zeiss ULTRA55) equipped with a microcalorimetric
high-energy-resolution XEDS (Hitachi TES)
Atom-column mapping : [110]GaAs


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The Ultramicroscopy Research Center, Kyushu University
Motooka 744, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan
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