A new method combines EUV laser ablation with mass spectrometry to obtain 3-D composition images with nanoscale resolution. These results open opportunities to visualize chemical composition and chemical changes in 3D at the nanoscale.Read More
Advances in compact EUV lasers could benefit industries from semiconductor manufacturing to medicine. Compact lasers that operate in the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) wavelengths – 5 to 50 nm – are poised to offer new abilities to image, pattern and manipulate objects, thanks to short wavelengths and energetic photons.Read More
A team of researchers and students from NSF's Engineering Reserach Center for EUV Science and Technology, based at Colorado State University, made use of short-wavelength EUV laser light to develop a table-top microscope capable of imaging objects with nanoscale dimensions with a spatial resolution of 54nm.Read More
The use of coherent light has become an indispensable part of our lives, with applications playing a trillion-dollar role in the global economy. In today’s world the development of tools and techniques that use coherent light in the EUV and soft X-ray regions of the spectrum is assuming increasing importance.Read More
Researchers at the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for EUV Science and Technology demonstrate for the first time nanometer-scale imaging with a compact capillary-discharge pumped high-repetition-rate EUV laser.Read More
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