Download e-book for iPad: Analytical Electron Microscopy for Materials Science by D. Shindo, T. Oikawa, Daisuke Shindo, Tetsuo Oikawa

By D. Shindo, T. Oikawa, Daisuke Shindo, Tetsuo Oikawa

ISBN-10: 4431669884

ISBN-13: 9784431669883

ISBN-10: 4431703365

ISBN-13: 9784431703365

Analytical electron microscopy is without doubt one of the strongest instruments at the present time for characterization of the complicated fabrics that help the nanotechnology of the twenty-first century. during this e-book the authors truly clarify either the fundamental ideas and the newest advancements within the box. as well as a basic description of the inelastic scattering technique, a proof of the constituent is equipped. ordinary quantitative analytical recommendations making use of electron energy-loss spectroscopy and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy also are defined, in addition to elemental mapping innovations. incorporated are sections on convergent beam electron diffraction and electron holography using the sector emission gun. With beneficiant use of illustrations and experimental information, this e-book is a worthy source for somebody thinking about fabrics characterization, electron microscopy, fabrics technology, crystallography, and instrumentation.

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Specimen stage Specimen b x tilt axis Y tilt axis inserting a specimen from the upper side of the polepiece, and the side-entry type has the mechanics for inserting it trom the side of the polepiece. Thc top-entry type has the advantage of being stable to extern al vibration and thermal variation, as the specimen holder is dropped into a stable setting in the microscope column, and its structure is highly symmetrical. The top-entry type has been widely used for high-resolution observations.

In a magnetic lens, stronger lens excitation generates a shorter focal length. The focal length (Jo) of the objective lens is almost constant because the objective lens is used under conditions of constant lens excitation. In general, a short focallength provides small spherical aber- Spherical Aberration Coefficient. The point resolution (d) of a transmission electron microscope is determined by the spherical aberration coefficient (C,) of the objective lens and the wavelength (A) of the incident electrons.

Constitution and Basic Operation of Analytical EM Parallel be am illumination Convergent beam illumination Convergence angle (X Specimen - + - - - - - - , I - - - - - t - Objective lens -'<:----I<---'<-f---+--++-+--+ T La (fo) ~ Back local plane Broadening 01 diffraction spots a b Fig. 20. Relation between illumination condition and broadening of diffraction spots. a Electron diffraction. b Convergent beam electron diffraction accelerating voltage; therefore observing the fine image contrast on the screen generally becomes difficult in a high voltage electron microscope.

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