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Probing Self-Assembly via Advanced Microscopic Techniques
Self-assembly is an important phenomenon for the formation of minerals in nature. It has become a popular method to synthesize advanced materials in both lab and industrial scales. Up until now, plentiful materials prepared via self-assembly have been applied in various fields such as energy, catalysis, biomedicine, and electronics. For instance, advanced superlattice materials have been prepared via the self-assembly of nanoparticles.

A tutorial was presented at a recent MRS Spring Meeting on probing self-assembly via advanced microscopic techniques. It was designed for both early career and experienced researchers to reinforce their knowledge on the development of a new generation of microscopic techniques for studying the self-assembly of molecular, clusters and nanoparticles.

This webinar overviews the tutorial and will present a synopsis by several of the tutorial instructors. The complete tutorial recording will be made available to attendees following this live event.

Dec 13, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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