3D reconstruction of porous materials through FIB-SEM
3D reconstruction of porous material enables understanding and representation of porosity and interconnectivity towards simulation modeling.
An exploration of the porosity and its interconnectivityPlease click here to view the case study
Dynamics of formation and secretion of heterococcoliths by Coccolithus pelagicus
This work has allowed us a better understanding of coccolithogenesis in heterococcoliths.
A transmission electron microscopy (TEM) case studyPlease click here to view the case study
The Effect of Different Post-Electroplating Surface Modification Treatments on Tin Whisker Growth
This work has enabled further understanding on the role the oxide layer plays in mitigating whisker growth.
Studying how different oxide coatings affects tin whisker growthPlease click here to view the case study
Microscopic study of (assemblies of) nano-objects
Compared to conventional electron tomography in TEM, FIB-SEM serial sectioning tomography allows for much larger assembly supra-particles to be imaged with no special preparation beforehand.
2D and 3D imaging of supra-particlesPlease click here to view the case study
Testing the Capabilities of Automated Mineralogy in Mining
Automated Mineralogy shows advantages over standard Electron Microscopy techniques for mine sample characterisation.
Analysing Mineralogic in respect to resource recovery in the mining industryPlease click here to view Case Study
Using EBSD To Visualise The Grain Structure Of Electroplated Tin And Its Intermetallic Compounds, Relating To Tin Whisker Growth
This is a "live" case study that will be periodically updated until ready for publication
Using various EBSD techniques to analyse the grain structure of electroplated tin at varying thicknesses on different substrates