High-resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy and Associated Techniques
This is an introduction to the fundamental concepts, techniques and methods used for electron microscopy at high resolution in space, energy and time. It delineates the theory of elastic scattering, which is most useful for spectroscopies and chemical analysis. There are also discussions of the theory and practice of image calculations and applications of HRTEM to the study of solid surfaces, highly disordered materials, solid state chemistry, mineralogy, semiconductors and metals.
- Paperback | 666 pages
- 150 x 230 x 38.1mm | 1,293g
- 09 Apr 1992
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
- New edition
- New edition
- numerous halftones and line illustrations, tables
Table of contents
J. Cowley: Imaging; J. Cowley: Imaging theory; J. Cowley: Elastic scattering of electrons by crystals; J. Cowley: Elastic scattering theory; J. Spence: Inelastic electron scattering; J. Spence: Inelastic electron scattering II; J. Spence: Techniques closely related to high resolution electron microscopy; P. Self and M. A. O'Keefe: Calculation of diffraction patterns and images for fast electrons; P. Buseck and D. Veblen: Mineralogy; Leroy Eyring: Contributions of high resolution electron microscopy studies to solid state chemistry; Smith and Parry: Materials science: metals, ceramics, and semiconductors; Ondrej L. Krivanek: Practical high resolution electron microscopy; K. Yagi: Surfaces; A. Howie: Highly disordered materials.