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UMD Scanning Electron Microscopy Laboratory

University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Geological Sciences

Contact Information

Bryan Bandli
SEM Laboratory Manager
MWAH 55
Phone: 218-726-7362
E-mail: bbandli@d.umn.edu

Mailing Address:
229 Heller Hall
1114 Kirby Dr
Duluth, MN 55812

Image Gallery

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arabidopsis flower arabidopsis flower arabidopsis flower

Backscattered electron micrograph of arabidopsis flower taken by Teresa Joyal, UMD Biology. Image width is approximately 925 µm.

Backscattered electron micrograph of arabidopsis flower taken by Teresa Joyal, UMD Biology. Image width is approximately 285 µm.

Backscattered electron micrograph of arabidopsis flower taken by Teresa Joyal, UMD Biology. Image width is approximately 300 µm.

Element map showing the distribution of silicon (red) calcium (green) and carbon (blue) in a cross-section of glossy photo paper. Image width is approximately 350 micrometers.

chocolate diatom garnet crystal

Backscattered electron micrograph of chocolate taken by Geology 5321 student Dan Costello.  Image width is approximately 400 µm.

Backscattered electron micrograph of diatom collected from Rock Pond on the UMD campus.  Image width is approximately 80 µm.

Element map showing distribution of silicon (red), magnesium (green), and manganese (blue) in garnet crystal collected by Geology 5321 student Shelby Frost. Image width is approximately 3.7mm.

Backcsattered electron micrograph of garnet and quartz crystals. Image width is approximately 2 mm.

ink pollen pollen

Backscattered electron micrograph of ink on paper taken by Geology 5321 student Greg Rhode.  Image width is approximately 250 µm.

Secondary electron micrograph of pollen collected by Biology 3601 students.  Image width is approximately 70 µm.

Secondary electron micrograph of pollen collected by Biology 3601 students.  Image width is approximately 50 µm.

Secondary electron micrograph of surface of glossy photo paper. Image width is approximately 1.3 micrometers.

Beach pebble ceramic foam

Low-vacuum backscattered electron image (color added) of quartz crystals

Low-vacuum backscattered electron image of ceramic. Image width is approximately 600 micrometers

Low-vacuum backscattered electron image of insulating foam. Image width is approximately 800 micrometers

Colorized micrograph of fibrous minerals. Image width is approximately 350 micrometers.

CNT CNT taconite

Secondary electron image of carbon nanotubes. Image width is approximately 2.5 micrometers

Secondary electron image of carbon nanotubes. Image width is approximately 6 micrometers

Low-vacuum backscattered electron image of taconite pellet surface. Image width is approximately 100 micrometers.

Stereo anaglyph of quartz crystals in basalt vesicle. Image width is approximately 130 micrometers.

microfossil colorized pollen pollen  

Secondary electron image of microfossils. Image width is approximately 1 millimeter

Secondary electron image (color added) of pine pollen. Image width is approximately 75 micrometers

Secondary electron image of pine pollen grains. Image width is approximately 500 micrometers

 
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