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'[OT:] Make your own Electron Microscope'
2004\01\04@231231 by Josh Koffman

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Pretty cool page! Russel, I think you should whip one right up for your
scientific studies :)

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2004\01\05@023615 by jisak

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Hello all

What about making my own electron microscope ?

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2004\01\05@035440 by Russell McMahon

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> Pretty cool page! Russel, I think you should whip one right up for your
> scientific studies :)

I assume that's me you're talking to.
Maybe you're getting ahead of myself :-) - I haven't posted anything on that
AFAIR (memory MUST be getting bad :-) ) and there was no link attached.

So:


Several home made STMs


http://triceron.com/dir/science/physics/applied/scanning_tunneling_microscopy_(stm)/

Including:
Build your own
LOTS of detail if you dig
3 languages

       http://sxm4.uni-muenster.de/

or Was it this one


http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/indexmag.html?http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/artapr01/rhtem.html

       aka http://tinyurl.com/2xfal

Or this one (no pictures), built  for $4000.
Couldn't find any other information on it.

   http://wwwcomm.murdoch.edu.au/webster/A67.html

Mention only of one here

                   www.nanoworld.org/english/otdel_kazan_kfti.htm
& here        http://www.nanoworld.org/russian/otdel_kazan_kfti.htm



       RM

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2004\01\06@015821 by James Newton, webhost

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Now that was too weird...

Josh credits Russell with a nice link for building your own Electron
Microscope and then /later/ Russell posts the links?

Who reversed the flow of time on this one?

Or have we figured out a way to get Russell to do research for us? "Hey
Russell, what a great idea! That solves the flux capacitor problem AND
reduces the input requirement to 1.19 Jiggawatts."

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2004\01\06@020234 by Jake Anderson

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i think the
"Hey russell that was a great link on how a guy named Jake Anderson from
sydney made the worlds first fusion reactor in his back yard and the way you
gave patent numbers was awesomme"
would be more fun ;-P

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2004\01\06@023839 by Russell McMahon

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> > Or have we figured out a way to get Russell to do research for us? "Hey
> > Russell, what a great idea! That solves the flux capacitor problem AND
> > reduces the input requirement to 1.19 Jiggawatts."

> i think the
> "Hey russell that was a great link on how a guy named Jake Anderson from
> sydney made the worlds first fusion reactor in his back yard and the way
you
> gave patent numbers was awesomme"
> would be more fun ;-P

1. For interest, which of the links that I posted was the one originally
intended to have been referred to ?

2.    I haven't got time to collate & present the fusion reactor information
at present.
Paid work calls, my daughter returns home from a year away 7 days from now
(although I did spend 5 weeks with her in Europe so it's not quite so bad)
and the swimming pool is ALMOST back from being a duck pond these last 3
years. Anyone want to buy several hundred litres of very highly concentrated
ducky-doo? Sand filter resanded with about 200 kg of sand (1st remove old
sand with a soup ladle), deck rebearered and (almost) redecked with 70% new
decking, old OK decking denailed and sanded and repainted and .... , .... .
(Quite a few volunteer labour adders - its going to be a full pool this
year).

So the best I can suggest for a wee while is google on the US teenager who,
in 1995, decided to build his own breeder reactor in his mother's garden
shed. Knowing that his name was David Hahn will help the Googling somewhat.
The Feds were impressed but were not impressed.

While your researching that I'll be busy trying to find a way around Jake's
fusion reactor patents.



       Russell McMahon

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2004\01\06@121939 by Josh Koffman

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Ok, admittedly, I messed up :) I was going to post a link to the
http://sxm4.uni-muenster.de/ site, but clearly I missed hitting
shift-insert somewhere between typing the message and clicking send.

Sorry! At least it provided some comic relief :)

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Russell McMahon wrote:
> 1. For interest, which of the links that I posted was the one originally
> intended to have been referred to ?

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