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The birth of analytical electron microscopy (AEM) is somewhat obscure

The birth of analytical electron microscopy (AEM) is somewhat obscure. When electron beams interact with a solid it is well-known that a bewildering number of possible interactions follow. Analytical electron microscopy attempts to take full qualitative and quantitative advantage of as many of these interactions as possible while still preserving the capability of high resolution imaging.

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Proceedings of a workshop on analytical electron microscopy, held in San Antonio, Texas, August 13-14, 1979, as part of the joint meeting of the Electron Microscopy Society of America and the Microbeam Analysis.

Proceedings of a workshop on analytical electron microscopy, held in San Antonio, Texas, August 13-14, 1979, as part of the joint meeting of the Electron Microscopy Society of America and the Microbeam Analysis Society. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographies and index. Mit Fotos von Erwin Schneider.

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Analytical electron microscopy attempts to take full qualitative and quantitative advantage of as many of these interactions as possible while still preserving the capability of high resolution imaging. Although we restrict ourselves here to electron transparent films, much of what is described applies to thick specimens as well. Not surprisingly, signals from all possible interactions cannot yet (and probably never will) be attained simultaneously under optimum conditions.

Автор: Joseph Goldstein; Dale Newbury; David Joy; Joseph Название: Scanning .

This book describes the techniques that have been developed to image liquids in both transmission and scanning electron microscopes, including general strategies for examining liquids, closed and open cell electron microscopy, experimental design, resolution, and electron beam effects.

Joseph Goldstein, David C. Joy, Alton D. Romig. Since the publication in 1979 of Introduction to Analytical Electron Microscopy (ed. J. Hren, J. I. Goldstein, and D. C. Joy; Plenum Press), analytical electron microscopy has continued to evolve and mature both as a topic for fundamental scientific investigation and as a tool for inorganic and organic materials characterization.

Since the publication in 1979 of Introduction to Analytical Electron Microscopy (e.

Since the publication in 1979 of Introduction to Analytical Electron Microscopy (ed.

Автор: John Hren Название: Introduction to Analytical Electron Microscopy Издательство: Springer .

The birth of analytical electron microscopy (AEM) is somewhat obscure. Was it the recognition of the power and the development of STEM that signaled its birth? Was AEM born with the attachment of a crystal spectrometer to an otherwise conventional TEM? Or was it born earlier with the first analysis of electron loss spectra? It's not likely that any of these developments alone would have been sufficient and there have been many others (microdiffraction, EDS, microbeam fabrication, etc.) that could equally lay claim to being critical to the establishment of true AEM. It is probably more accurate to simply ascribe the present rapid development to the obvious: a combination of ideas whose time has come. Perhaps it is difficult to trace the birth of AEM simply because it remains a point of contention to even define its true scope. For example, the topics in this book, even though very broad, are still far from a complete description of what many call AEM. When electron beams interact with a solid it is well-known that a bewildering number of possible interactions follow. Analytical electron microscopy attempts to take full qualitative and quantitative advantage of as many of these interactions as possible while still preserving the capability of high resolution imaging. Although we restrict ourselves here to electron transparent films, much of what is described applies to thick specimens as well. Not surprisingly, signals from all possible interactions cannot yet (and probably never will) be attained simultaneously under optimum conditions.
Introduction to Analytical Electron Microscopy download epub
Engineering
Author: John Hren,Joseph I. Goldstein,David C. Joy
ISBN: 0306402807
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Plenum Press; 1st edition (1979)
Pages: 624 pages