Electron Microscopy 1998: Proceedings of the 14th International Congress on Electron Microscopy, Cancun, Mexico, August 31-September 4 1998
The 14th International Congress on Electron Microscopy, held in Cancun, Mexico, provides a forum for all scientists working in physics, materials science and biological sciences research to discuss and share their results and ideas.
This four-volume set documents recent advances in microscope technology and applications in scientific research, from HREM studies of quasicrystal and nanoscale materials to biomembrane research and art history.
The 1998 meeting features a large number of contributions from Latin American countries, and a special symposium (IFSEM) on scanning electron microscopy.
This is a comprehensive guide to the uses of microscopy in the pursuit of science for all researchers in physics, materials science and biological sciences.
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Miguel Jose Yacaman
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