By Susan Brooks(eds.)
Part of the Wiley-Royal Microscopical Society Series, this e-book discusses the swiftly constructing state-of-the-art box of low-voltage microscopy, a box that has just recently emerged because of the quick advancements within the electron optics layout and photograph processing.
It serves as a advisor for present and new microscopists and fabrics scientists who're energetic within the box of nanotechnology, and offers purposes in nanotechnology and examine of surface-related phenomena, permitting researches to monitor fabrics as by no means before.
Chapter 1 creation to the idea and benefits of Low Voltage Electron Microscopy (pages 1–30): David C. Bell and Natasha Erdman
Chapter 2 SEM Instrumentation advancements for Low kV Imaging and Microanalysis (pages 31–55): Natasha Erdman and David C. Bell
Chapter three severe High?Resolution (XHR) SEM utilizing a Beam Monochromator (pages 57–71): Richard J. younger, Gerard N. A. van Veen, Alexander Henstra and Lubomir Tuma
Chapter four the appliance of Low?Voltage SEM—From Nanotechnology to organic study (pages 73–95): Natasha Erdman and David C. Bell
Chapter five Low Voltage High?Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (pages 97–117): David C. Bell
Chapter 6 light STEM of unmarried Atoms: Low keV Imaging and research at final Detection Limits (pages 119–161): Ondrej L. Krivanek, Wu Zhou, Matthew F. Chisholm, Juan Carlos Idrobo, Tracy C. Lovejoy, Quentin M. Ramasse and Niklas Dellby
Chapter 7 Low Voltage Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy of Oxide Interfaces (pages 163–184): Robert Klie
Chapter eight what is subsequent? the longer term instructions in Low Voltage Electron Microscopy (pages 185–200): David C. Bell and Natasha Erdman