No problem, one thing that I'm not sure of is why the dotted measurement lines sometimes don't appear on the image. Could you teach me what to set to get the lines back?
On 9/28/2012 12:16 PM, James W. Conway wrote:
That would be great -- Please touch down with Mary Tang or Ed Meyers on Tuesday morning. I am not privy to the actual visitors time and plan as of yet.
Many thanks for stepping up to the plate.
On 9/28/2012 11:06 AM, Eldwin Ng wrote:
I should be able to help out for some basic SEM on the sem4160. Let me know the details
On 9/28/2012 10:23 AM, James W. Conway wrote:
Hello Ebeam Lab Users:
I will be away at LBNL all day this next Tuesday and Wednesday attending a workshop and seminar.
Do I have a volunteer that would be willing to host Professor In-Hyouk Song and do some simple SEM work with him during his visit? Special Prize waiting for you if you can help him for me!
RSVP and please REPLY to All,
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Subject: Fwd: Arrival on Oct. 2 Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 06:14:44 -0700 From: Mary Tang <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: James Conway <email@example.com>
Help! I know this is last minute, but we've a professor visiting from Texas State who is on a deadline. Nancy, Gary, and Uli have been arranging their schedules to help him. But it looks like he's expecting SEM. Any chance you've got time to help hm with this? Barring that, do you have a lab member who might be willing to help out?
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It’s me again. I bought a flight ticket and I will arrive at SNF in the morning on Oct. 2 (Tuesday). As I emailed, I hope I can take some SEM pictures on Tuesday before using HF vapor etcher. I think I may need to make a reservation to the SEM to use it Tuesday afternoon. Would you reserve and arrange a person who help me to use SEM? If I can successfully reach SNF, who should I meet first? Do I go to “Paul G. Allen Building, Room 158”?