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AIF 2nd Bio-imaging users group meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
David Watts
21:49
For the Xray CT, what sample prep is required?
Anton Jansson
22:17
Mosty no sample prep is necessary!
Matt
22:34
resolution limits?
Anton Jansson
22:42
And the method is non destructive
David Watts
22:52
Awesome!! Thanks!
Anton Jansson
23:03
The best we can do I about 0.7 um nominal resolution
Heather
23:05
Does the sample have to be dried or can the analysis be done in a wet state? -- I'm working with cellulose fibers
Anton Jansson
23:28
It can be done in a wet state in a tube for example
Anton Jansson
23:56
If wet samples are left in the atmosphere and dries during a scan they can move, and that will ruin the scan
Anton Jansson
24:47
And a scan could typically be at least 5 hours long
Heather
24:55
Thanks!
BB
25:39
Thanks Anton. I would like to add something on the sample prep. One of the most important things are the sample need to be fixed well during the measurements and the sample staining (if you have "light" samples)
John Mackenzie
26:43
can you anything but fracture?
Matt
42:35
Follow on how thin a sample can you cut?
Matt
42:59
looking for ultrasectioning capability...
David Watts
44:41
Is the AIF Virtual Events listing available online?
MAE Student
45:09
yes, they are online
Phillip Strader
45:14
Yes, it is available here:
Phillip Strader
45:15
https://www.aif.ncsu.edu/events/month/?tribe-bar-date=2020-04-08
David Watts
45:23
Great! Thanks!
David Watts
47:58
Can you put me on the list for the recording?
Jacqueline Cole
48:01
Thanks!
BB
48:05
Thank you!!
Javier
48:10
Thank you!