[3DEM] dry dewar

Benoît ZUBER Benoit.Zuber at unil.ch
Tue May 30 06:51:08 PDT 2006

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Dear colleagues,

I want to send vitreous samples in a “dry dewar”, i.e. a dewar in which
liquid nitrogen is absorbed in a porous material. Since the samples are in
gas phase, I am concerned that they always stay below the devitrification
temperature. Has anyone transported vitreous material in such a dewar? Did
the samples stay vitreous?

Best regards,

Benoît Zuber
Université de Lausanne
Laboratoire d'analyse ultrastructurale
Bâtiment Biophore
CH-1015 Lausanne

tel: +41 21 692 4289 ou +41 21 692 4283
fax: +41 21 692 4285 
e-mail: Benoit.Zuber at unil.ch

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