In situ microscopy is a collection of techniques and tools developed for work with dynamic experiments, where various experimental conditions are varied, including temperature, gas chemistry or pressure.
Key for this area of applications are techniques that provide quantifiable contrast over a wide range of experimental conditions, such as EBAC and qBSE, and dedicated software for automatic control and syncronisation.
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