Scanning Electron Microscopy Facility

Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS

Publications
2020
  1. Gradov, O. V., Gradova, M. A., Olkhov, A. A., and Iordanskii, A. L. (2020). Charge propagation along the polymer fiber of polyhydroxybutyrate: Is it possible to apply the cable model? Key Engineering Materials, 869:246–258. 
  2. Gradov, O. V., Gradova, M. A., and Alexandrov, P. L. (2020). Study of mineral samples relevant for desert locations using software correlation spectral analysis of scanning electron microscopy registers: from 2D Fourier spectra to online analysis of statistics of integral spatial characteristics. Preprints (DOI: 10.1002/essoar.10504522.1): Earth and Space Science –American Geophysical Union.  

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  3. Gradov O.V., Gradova M.A., Olkhov A.A., Iordanskii A.L., Kholuiskaya S.N. (2020). Isopotential mapping of electron beam-induced dielectric charging of PHB nonwoven fabric structures using Sobel-Feldman gradient operator. In: 15th International Conference on Modification of Materials with Particle Beams and Plasma Flows. DOI:  10.13140/RG.2.2.16651.52000
  4. Gradov, O. V., Naganovskiy, Y. K., Sergeev, A. I., Gradova, M. A., and Alexandrov, P. L. (2020). Comparative thermogravimetric compositional analysis of crystalline yeast rna and its sodium salt in different conditions. In XVI International Conference on Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry in Russia (RTAC-2020). July 6th, page 73. Moscow, Russia.
  5. Gradov O.V. Lab-on-a-Chip with CMOS or CCD Sensors as ESEM Micro-Subchamber and Lens-Less Microscope for Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM). Subm. Conf.: SDS-2020 [cancelled due to COVID-19]
2019
  1. Gradov, O. V. (2019). Novel perspectives for CLEM techniques in multiparametric morphology protocols. International Journal of Biomedicine, 9(Suppl. 1):35–P39. 
  2. Gorshenev V., Gradov O., Gradova M. (2019). [Differential estimation of structural properties of biomimetic materials for tissue engineering using real time correlation spectral analysis and structure-preserving maps (morphisms) in category theory framework]. Genes and Cells, 14(Supplement 1):68–69. [Abstract of the paper, reported on the KPM-2019 congress (in Russian)]
  3. Gradov O.V. (2019). [Multiangle laser porosimetry and electron beam porosimetry for scaffolds, decellularized extracellular matrix samples and tissue-like models, including ESEM-based & CLEM-based realizations]. Genes & Cells, 14(Suppl.1):69-70. [Abstract of the paper, reported on the KPM-2019 congress (in Russian)]
  4. Gorchenev V.N., Olkhov A.A., Gradov O.V., Gradova M.A., Aleksandrov P.L. (2019). [Emergent topological approach for integration of physical properties of solid and soft matter media in porous scaffolds and tissue-engineered constructs: case of PHB and HAp with multi-angle CLSEM visualization]. Genes and Cells, 14(Supplement 1): 69. [Abstract of the paper, reported on the KPM-2019 congress (in Russian)]
  5. Gradov O.V., Gradova M.A., Alexandrov P.L., Ratnovskaya A.V. (2019). [YMD-mapping the electrophysical properties of biomimetic materials]. In: Conference on electron beam technology "CEBT-19", p. 64. (in Russian)  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23428.48005
DATASETS
  1. Gradov, O. V. and et al. (2019). Perovskite glasses with TiO2, materials cloud archive (2019), Materials Cloud Archive. DOI: 10.24435/materialscloud... [supplement to the article: Gradov O. Towards polarizing correlative light-electron microscopy (PCLEM). doi:10.26641/1997-9665.2018.3].
  2. Grigorieva, E., Gradova, M., and Gradov, O. (2019). SEM measurements of biodegradable polymer or composite samples. In IEEE Dataport, DOI: 10.21227/esvj–ws70.
  3. Alexandrov, P. L., Gradova, M. A., and Gradov, O. V. (2019). SEM measurements of teeth of Elasmobranchs (Chondrichtyes, Elasmobranchii). In IEEE Dataport, DOI: 10.21227/e6sz–d392.
  4. Gradov, O. V., Alexandrov, P. L., and Gradova, M. A. (2019). Cola mineral collection samples for on-line PC-assisted 2D diffractometry and correlation-spectral analysis. In IEEE Dataport, DOI: 10.21227/nzzz–3007.
  5. Gorshenev, V. N., Gradova, M. A., and Gradov, O. V. (2019). Hydroxyapatite and related samples for distinction between biomineralization and abiogenic mineral formation. In IEEE Dataport, DOI: 10.21227/s3dj–e419.
2018
  1. Gradov, O. V. (2018). Multi-angle goniometric computer-assisted lab-on-a-chip reading system stage for vacuum-gas chambers based on analytical scanning electron microscopy platform (goniometric CLEM chambers). Comput. nanotech, (4):9–16.
  2. Gradov, O. V. (2018). [Towards Polarizing Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy (PCLEM)]. Morphologia 12(3):146-150. (in Russian)
  3. Gradov, O. V. and Gradova, M. A. (2018). Photoinduced spatiotemporal oscillations and self-organization of dissipative structures in polymer-immobilized dispersed semiconductors. Journal of Nano- and Electronic Physics, 10(4):04022–1–04022–8. 
  4. Gradov O. et al., (2017). [Novel EM-periodimeter-regulometer for Kinetic Analysis of Symbolic Data of Stroboscopic Scanning Electron Microscopy and Electron MicroProbe Analysis (EMPA/EPMA), Including Multilayer CLEM Maps]. Fundamental problems of radioengineering and device construction, 17(3): 769-772. (in Russian)
  5. O. Gradov, A. Olkhov. (2018). SEM-assisted (LVEM-assisted) isopotential mapping of the dielectric charging of the nonwoven fabric structures using Sobel–Feldman operator (Sobel filter). IEEE Dataport. DOI: 10.21227/tjfe-ry55
BEFORE 2018 (Propositional works)
  1. Gradov, O. V. and Gradova, M. A. (2014). Cryoelectron microscopy as a functional instrument for system biology, structural analysis and experimental manipulations with living cells. Problems of Cryobiology and Cryomedicine, 24(3):193–210.
  2. Gradov, O. V. and Gradova, M. A. (2016). Methods of electron microscopy of biological and abiogenic structures in artificial gas atmospheres. Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry, 52(1):117–125.
  3. Gradov, O. and Gradova, M. (2017). From systems to synthetic biology through cryoelectron microscopy. In Russian International сonference on cryoelectron microscopy 2017, page 17.
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SEM

Scanning Electron Microscopy

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LVEM

Low Voltage Electron Microscopy

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CLEM

Correlated Light and Electron Microscopy

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2D FFT

Correlation Spectral Analysis based on FFTW

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YMD

Y-modulated detection (Gives a brightness "relief" image if photo taken (minimally useful) for observation of Y-modulated images)

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WDXRS

Wavelength-dispersive X-ray emission spectroscopy

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EDXRS

Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy

  • Москва, Россия

Irene McLackowa

engineer

Paul Alexandroff

visiting fellow

A. Maltsew

visiting fellow

O. Gradow

senior researcher

Ann Ratnowsky

visiting fellow