07/05/2020 04:30 PM


07/05/2020 05:30 PM


zoom online

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Organized by

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung and Diamond Light Source, UK

Live-webinar BAM and Diamond Light Source

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Using EBSD to explore the Solar System


Dr Natasha Stephen from the University of Plymouth, UK


Electron backscattered diffraction (EBSD) within the SEM can be used to determine how a rock formed, or changes, over the course of millions (or even billions) of years. Using EBSD to study meteorites allows us to explore how the Solar System has evolved, from the big bang right up until the present day!

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These lectures are free and can be attended via Zoom by to up to 100 attendees.

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