Improving Image Quality: Reducing Drift Problems via Automated Data Acquisition and Averaging in a Cs-Corrected TEM

It’s hard enough to optimize image quality – what do you do if the sample won’t stay put? Extended exposure times can’t improve image quality if there is a sample drift problem during TEM image acquisition. Recent experiments show that image quality can be improved significantly by drift correction via automated data acquisition and averaging even for drift conditions. Download this article to read about a successful demonstration on a Cs-corrected TEM where low sample drift is a requirement for high quality data.



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