Nano Art

Below are a few electron micrographs generated using a Scanning Electron Microscope. Some are images of different samples while others are images of structures I created using a Focused Ion Beam. Some of the images have been colorized with GIMP.

Looks like anger doesn't scale with length.

Looks like anger doesn't scale with length. This is an SEM image of a piece of dirt that I colorized.

Nano Sauron

Colorized image of a metal coated nanopore

Metal Everywhere...

Another failed experiment, another cool SEM image

Photoresist

Saw this on one of my nanopore chips, didn't make me happy.

Mario the Dragon

Mario the Drexel Dragon

Halloween!

This is one of the first images I took with the FIB, back when I was still being trained.

Tomogram of a 150 nm nanopore

Tomogram of a 150 nm nanopore

Cross section of a partially shrunk nanopore

Cross section of a partially shrunk nanopore

Nano Grid

Made this with the FIB.

Nanopore Chip Etch Pit

Copper electrodes..., meet high voltage.

Insect Wing

Section of a beetle's hind wing.

Salt Deposit

Should have rinsed the membranes in water before imaging them.

Nano Potholes

Nano potholes. This surface wouldn't be fun to drive on.

Another Insect Wing

Another image of an insect wing.

Bacterial Flagellar Filaments

Reminds me of spaghetti.

Cracks

I have no idea what this is, or how it got here.

Nano Scale Wishing Well

Nano Well

Nanopore Array

A 4 X 5 Nanopore Array

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