HREM

AcronymDefinition
HREMHigh Resolution Electron Microscopy
HREMHomeland Response and Emergency Management (academic program)
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From an HREM image (Figure 1(c)), multiwalled CNTs are observed with an outer diameter of 20 nm approximately, with a range from 50 to 55 graphene layers.
Reine Wallenberg, "Carbon monoxide oxidation on nanostructured CuOx/Ce[O.sub.2] composite particles characterized by HREM, XPS, XAS, and high-energy diffraction," Journal of Catalysis, vol.
Grandjean et al., "Morphology and structure of Cu[O.sub.x]/Ce[O.sub.2] nanocomposite catalysts produced by inert gas condensation: an HREM, EFTEM, XPS, and high-energy diffraction study," Chemistry of Materials, vol.
Dapra introduced its new APET and XPET CNC pressed inserts and its square shoulder HREM (Helical Roughing End Mills) cutters.
Roth (1951-present) Phase equilibria of oxide ceramics, crystal chemistry, crystal structure analyses, x-ray powder diffraction, single crystal growth, single crystal structure analyses, neutron diffraction, electron diffraction, HREM lattice images.
The samples were dispersed in isopropanol, and a few droplets of the suspension were transferred onto a holey carbon grid for TEM and HREM observation and analysis.
Liu, "On the microstructure of graphite spherulites in cast irons by TEM and HREM," Acta Metallurgica et Materialia, vol.
This observation mode is called high-resolution electron microscopy (HREM).
The HREM image (Figure 3(f)) reveals that the nanofibers have a "herringbone" structure that consists of graphite sheet oriented at a specific angle to the fiber axis with an interlayer space of 0.34 nm.
Figure 5(a) is an HREM image of IF nanoparticles incorporated in the nanocomposite coating.