Polymer Science Application Note

We are very excited to announce the posting of a new application note to the Delong America Website. Dr. David C. Martin has taken the time to discuss how the LVEM5 has helped him in many areas of his polymer research. The application note is now posted in the Library Section of the website.

Excerpt

The 5 kV operating voltage significantly increases the TEM image contrast, making it possible to minimize or avoid altogether the use of heavy metal stains that are usually a necessary evil in polymer transmission electron microscopy. The LVEM5 has proven to be particularly useful for the high contrast imaging of a wide variety of polymers, organic molecular thin films, and biological materials. We have obtained images on a variety of systems including polyethylene single crystals, pentacene and TIPS-pentacene thin films, block copolymers, and poly(3,4-ethylene dioxythiophene). We have also found it useful for imaging single dendrimer molecules, as well as a variety of inorganic nanoparticles.


Silk-like Protein with Fibronectin Functionality (SLPF) Electrospun Filaments
TEM – Unstained

(SLPF) Electrospun Filaments

To read more and to see more images please head over to the Library Section of our website and download the application note. Download it here



Dr. David C. Martin Dr. David C. Martin is the Karl W. and Renate Böer Professor and Chair of Materials
Science and Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
The University of Delaware
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Departmental website: http://www.mseg.udel.edu
Research Group’s website: http://cubic.mseg.udel.edu

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