ADVANCED IMAGING AND BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF NANOMATERIALS
V. Radmilovic UDC: (681.723.2; 66.017/.018:[57+61)
The advances in transmission electron microscopy that have been possible in recent years due to an aberration-corrected environment, had been used to improve our understanding of the fundamental phenomena that underline the behavior of nanoscale structures with different interfaces and their role in the evolution of nanostructures. These interfaces play the essential role in governing physical and biological properties, as well as functionalities in materials and biological structures. The performance of the new fully aberration-corrected instruments will be demonstrated with examples ranging from variety of inorganic nanoparticles (core/shell nanoparticles, magnetic nanoparticles, quantum dots) and graphene to functional oxide and other structures obtained using different nanotechnologies for application in biotechnologies and nanomedicine.