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The focusing neutral helium beam microscope NEMI

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Recent years have shown big achievements in the field of scanning helium atom microscopy (SHeM) enabling the development of a new type of matter wave microscopes which utilize neutral atoms as a probe beam. At UIB we have developed the neutral helium beam microscope NEMI , which with its focused neutral helium beam is unique in this field. In this seminar I will introduce you to the concept of neutral helium beam microscopy, its advantages and possibilities as well as the NEMI design itself.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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