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Still working on Part 2 right now. If everything works out I will publish tomorrow. Otherwise Sunday!
I like the periodic table covering the important ventilation 😁
3:46 screw the ventilation, i need my periodic table.
Is your microscope special (e.g. customized or broken) in some way? I haven't seen anybody get so worked up about electron microscope stabilization before. Usually we have them in completely normal rooms, because they have built-in stabilization mechanisms. You certainly don't need to re-do the foundation of your lab when you install an EM lol
In 1946 the Poles were still cleaning up the rubble in Warsaw.
Super interesting things! Thanks for the great work!
more of this stuff please
Really cool video!
Wait It just started to be blow minding and its ends. 🙁
Everything is covered with gigantic solder balls!How does that work on TOP of the microscopic semiconductor structure?
Nice, I saw the German version of this video earlier. Didn't understand much, thanks for making an English version too.
How do you do both languages for your channel?
Omg why this series has such a low amount of views
i'll just put it on my credit card
Cool content man, keep doing stuff like this, over the years most tech/computer YT channels became so boring and repetitive..
awesome ! your videos are great
was this filmed on boat? it made me get motion sickness
At the end, older Debauer after deep learning all the principles of an SEM ahah
In the mean time Applied Science build his own electron microscope in his garage…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdjYVF4a6iU&list=
9:23 windows xp will never die! Even in such a large company.
Fantastic video. I've been fortunate enough to use some SEMs and multiphoton microscopy for biologic samples. Glad I got to watch this before Intel sends a cease and desist 😑 it definitely seems like something they'd do 🤔
When you said "a cure" you made me laugh. But seriously, the fact that you record your videos in two languages is truly awesome!
That room would be great for amateur-musicians to record music, with all that sound absorbtion. If any of those researchers happens to be musically talented…
Just wow, thanks so informative
holy fuuuuuuuuuuuck, wow wow such bigbangy stuff. good job roman
That cross section reminds me of an ancient Minoan or Egyptian temple.
I'm really curious about part 2 and 3.If we're going to watch the transistor level, and I hope that I won't say something really stupid, at 7nm we can have much more transistors in the same area. Would be nice to see a comparison. Thanks Roman for the unusual but quite interesting content.
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