The ICaL facility at the University of Liverpool is an electron microscopy centre providing access to aberration corrected and conventional transmission and scanning electron microscopes. ICaL is in the process of upgrading its aberration corrected JEOL 2100 (with UHR pole-piece) to provide a sub-sampled ptychography capability for high resolution STEM imaging and is looking for an in-situ biasing stage to be used in conjunction with the new imaging methodology for the study of electrochemical energy storage systems. As a consequence the University is looking to tender for a new biasing stage that is capable of controlling electrochemical function under high resolution and low-dose imaging conditions.
Mr M Walton
Contract value: 100000-500000
Published: 2 Jul 2018, Receipt by: 6 Jul 2018
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