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Ion Beam Lab Construction ↓

Moving the 6 MV HVE EN Tandem from the old
building to the Ion Beam Laboratory
Moving of the 6MV HVE EN Tandem
accelerator into the Tandem vault
Design and construction of the 6MV HVE EN
Tandem accelerator hall

In-situ Ion Irradiation TEM Facility ↓

Solidification of bovine serum albumin in
aqueous solution, observed during in-situ
TEM microfluidic flow

Copper Indent Test
3-D tomographic reconstruction of Au
nanoparticles irradiated with 3 MeV Cu3+

In situ Ni ion irradiation at RT diffraction pattern
Pmc Yinspot2j
Run05 Processed Togetherc
Slow Rad Cropped
Dilute acetic acid over nc-PLD Fe
In-situ compression of another Al2O3
(sapphire) nanoparticle. The particle primarily deforms
elastically prior to rapidly plastic deformation

Self-Irradiation of Gold
In-situ nanoindentation of pulse-laser
deposited nanocrystalline copper
Filament formation during 2.8 MeV single ion
event in a 20 nm Au nanoparticle

In-situ fatigue of nanocrystalline copper
Electron beam induced microstructural evolution
of a lanthanide structure in an aqueous
lanthanum chloride solution
SolidWorks representation of the in-situ
ion irradiation TEM beamline construction process

Tomographic reconstruction of nanoporous
palladium nanoparticles
Destruction of a protocell (drug delivery device)
in a microfluidic TEM liquid cell

In-situ self-ion irradiation using 3 MeV Cu
In-situ irradiation of an Au sample with
3.6 MeV Au ions. Speed is 12x real time
Nanoparticle formation observed during
an in-situ microfluidic study
In-situ irradiation of an Au sample with
3.6 MeV Au ions. Speed is 12x real time
Installation and construction of Sandia National
Laboratories’ In-situ ion irradiation TEM