LEEM and SPLEEM microscopy

We often use a surface-sensitive full-field microscopy technique, low-energy electron microscopes (LEEM), that is capable of real-time imaging together with diffraction capability, even during growth. In particular we use the instrument installed at the Nanospectroscopy beamline at the ELETTRA synchrotron radiation facility in Trieste (Italy) and the one installed at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA), at NCEM, which allows for magnetic imaging. Measurement campaigns with these equipments are often performed in collaboration with the MNM group.


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