Applications are where product and purpose intersect. Instruments are used to provide data for questions that need to be answered. Answers are applied to expand knowledge for research, product development, quality assurance and education. With more knowledge come more questions, eventually leading to a greater understanding for products, processes and learning.
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Determine microstructure and mechanical properties
Analyze fibers, nanofibers, and coatings
Technology used for criminal, environmental and industrial forensics analyses
Characterize phases, growth zonation, composition, porosity, structures, and mechanical properties of geological samples
Characterize 3D channels in 30 seconds
Preparing the next generation of scientists and engineers
Particle morphology and distribution, deformulation and QA/QC
Evaluate processing, mechanical properties and thin film integrity