From the event website: 3D X-ray Bragg ptychography has been proposed as a mean to map crystalline properties, in 3D with a high spatial resolution (a few tens of nm) and a high strain sensitivity (a few 10-4) , able to fill the experimental gap, which results from requirements imposed by other approaches. This encompasses 3D materials, which cannot be thinned down to meet electron microscopy constraint and/or which present large displacement fields and/or with dimension much larger than the accessible x-ray coherence volume.
The webinar is with speaker Virginie Chamard, Institute Fresnel Marseille, France.
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- Language: English
- Location: Virtual
- Free of charge