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Atom Probe of Alloys and Steels on the Invizo 6000, LEAP4000X Si, and LEAP3000 Si: The University of Sydney

Tuesday, May 23, 2023

The University of Sydney recently installed the first Cameca Invizo 6000 atom probe. The ion optics of this instrument differ significantly from those of a local electrode atom probe (LEAP), leading to some differences in the typical instrument operation and the resulting reconstructions. This presentation will review some experiments performed by our researchers in comparing the Invizo 6000 to our LEAP4000X Si and LEAP3000 using case studies of selected alloys.

On demand at Thinkific

The Q&A document for this session is available for download here.

About the presenter:

Levi Tegg

Levi Tegg
Postdoctoral Research Associate
The University of Sydney

Levi Tegg completed his PhD in physics at The University of Newcastle, Australia, where he studied the plasmonic properties of nanostructured metal oxides. In 2020 he joined the Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis at The University of Sydney as a research associate under Prof. Julie Cairney. His main research project is the development of protocols enabling the study of liquids and soft-matter in the atom probe microscope.