Imaging XPS and photoemission electron microscopy; surface chemical mapping and blood cell visualization.

Abstract

Combined photoemission electron microscopy (PEEM) and imaging x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), i.e., electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis in the nanoregion, has been used for surface characterization of bio-relevant and biological samples. In the first example, the authors prepared a gold patterned silicon substrate, stepwise surface modified… (More)
DOI: 10.1116/1.4982644

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@article{Skallberg2017ImagingXA, title={Imaging XPS and photoemission electron microscopy; surface chemical mapping and blood cell visualization.}, author={Andreas Skallberg and Caroline Brommesson and Kajsa Uvdal}, journal={Biointerphases}, year={2017}, volume={12 2}, pages={02C408} }