Electron Microscopy and Structure of Materials: Proceedings

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Gareth Thomas, Richard M. Fulrath, Robert M. Fisher
University of California Press, 1972 - Electron microscope - 1292 pages
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Contents

Electron and Scanning Microscopy
1
Applications and Recent Developments
23
Fundamental Aspects and Applications
60
Studies of Fracture in the High Voltage
85
Dynamic Studies of Plastic Deformation
104
n Beam Lattice Images of Complex Oxides
134
Simulation of Electron Transmission Images
163
Kilovolt Electron Energy Dissipation
171
Applications of the SEM TEM and FIM
417
Contact Stresses Between Metal Particles
427
B Plastic Deformation
438
The Nature and Stability of Dislocation
470
Synergy of Transmission Electron Microscopy
484
Avoidance of Softening in Dilute CuZr Alloys
494
Transformations Involving Coherent Phases
505
The Influence of Coherency Strain Fields on
538

Energy Analysis and Energy Selection
188
The Use of an Analytical Electron Microscope
222
Determination of Compositional Profiles Near
236
Analytical Methods in Photoemission Electron
246
Application of Thermionic Emission Electron
259
Crystallographic Aspects of Scanning Electron
286
Application of SelectedArea Electron
301
Microstructure with the SEMA New Approach
313
Some Comments on the Use of the Scanning
333
Scanning Electron Microscopy Study of an
339
High Temperature Scanning Electron
347
A Interfaces
352
Dislocation Behavior and Contrast Effects
382
The Deformation Behavior of TwoPhase
549
Strengthening by Dislocation Substructures
559
Analysis of Microstructures in NickelBase
566
Some Aspects of Structure Property
617
The Effect of Carbide Precipitation on
637
Inter granular Fracture of a Spinodally
647
Micro structure Mechanical PropertyFracture
657
Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscope
667
Slip and Mechanical Twinning in NiNiNb
678
The Role of Metallographic Techniques in
689
Creep in Ordered Binary and Ternary
722
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Ian Smith is a barrister and Clifford Chance Professor of Employment Law at the University of East Anglia. Gareth Thomas is Head of the School of Law at the University of East Anglia

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