National Center for Electron Microscopy

National Center for Electron Microscopy
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The National Center for Electron Microscopy is a U.S. Department of Energy user facility providing scientific researchers with essential resources for electron beam microcharacterization of materials. Located in Berkeley, California, east of the University of California, Berkeley campus, NCEM operates as part of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Established in 1983, NCEM houses several of the world's most advanced microscopes and tools for microcharacterization. Since its inception, the Center has played a key role in supporting vital research efforts carried out by hundreds of visiting national and international scientists. {keywords: nanotechnology, carbon nanotubes, thin films}
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