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Imaging high explosive detonators

Imaging high explosive detonators
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and collaborators at LANL for the first time have taken 3D snapshots of operating high explosive detonators. Scientists from LLNL, Los Alamos and National Security Technologies, LLC (NSTech) combined state-of-the-art imaging capabilities with computed tomographic reconstruction (X-ray cross sectional imaging) in experiments performed at the Argonne National Laboratory's Advanced Photon Source to generate 3D snapshots of exploding foil initiators.
8th March 2017

Microscope expands materials characterisation capabilities

Microscope expands materials characterisation capabilities
A Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) installed at the Lab earlier this year is giving LLNL researchers a clearer look at the atomic level of structures than they've had before. The Titan 80-300 TEM, manufactured by FEI Company, was installed in December and brings an expanded capability to the existing transmission electron microscope the Lab has had for about 20 years, according to LLNL staff scientist Joe McKeown.
17th August 2016

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