Air & Water
Rich Whitworth |
At PNNL, scientists are collaborating with physical chemistry scientists to push the frontiers of quantitative imaging of natural and artificial nanoparticles, by using single particle laser ablation time-of-flight mass spectrometry – more affectionately known as SPLAT II. The photo shows a scanning electron microscope image of a gold nanorod array used to calibrate the SPLAT II system.
Photo credit: PNNL
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