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The article beginning on p. 4 describes the
Livermore-designed dynamic transmission electron
microscope (DTEM), an award-winning technology
that is expanding the boundaries of basic and applied
materials research. DTEM uses a precisely timed
laser pulse to image material changes that are both
very small and very fast. In DTEM's new movie
mode, up to nine laser pulses sequentially record
changes in action With these imaging capabilities,
scientists can better understand nanostructure growth,
phase transformations, and chemical reactions. The
cover shows a cutaway rendering of the DTEM
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