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Imaging Surfaces with Atoms: How, Why and When?

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Imaging surface structure with an atomic beam has long been a dream; with the imminent completion of the Cambridge Scanning Helium Microscope (SHeM), it will soon be reality. A brief overview of the SHeM project, its goals, current status and future prospects will be presented, with a particular emphasis on the benefits that this new form of microscopy could provide.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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