Diversifying Our Energy Infrastructure

Microscopy Tools for Studying Nuclear Materials

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Dr. Joshua Kane

R&D Staff Scientist
Idaho National Lab

Tim Schubert
Dr. Nikolaus Cordes

R&D Staff Scientist
Idaho National Lab

Drs. Joshua Kane and Nikolaus Cordes from Idaho National Lab discuss their work using X-ray Microscopy (XRM) to study nuclear materials. XRM bridges the gap between neutron tomography and higher resolution 3D techniques, such as FIB-SEM tomography. They discuss using XRM to help with their work in increasing the speed at which new nuclear materials can be adopted.

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