Transmission Electron Microscopy: A Textbook for Materials Science

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Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 9, 2013 - Science - 729 pages
Electron microscopy has revolutionized our understanding the extraordinary intellectual demands required of the mi of materials by completing the processing-structure-prop croscopist in order to do the job properly: crystallography, erties links down to atomistic levels. It now is even possible diffraction, image contrast, inelastic scattering events, and to tailor the microstructure (and meso structure ) of materials spectroscopy. Remember, these used to be fields in them to achieve specific sets of properties; the extraordinary abili selves. Today, one has to understand the fundamentals ties of modem transmission electron microscopy-TEM of all of these areas before one can hope to tackle signifi instruments to provide almost all of the structural, phase, cant problems in materials science. TEM is a technique of and crystallographic data allow us to accomplish this feat. characterizing materials down to the atomic limits. It must Therefore, it is obvious that any curriculum in modem mate be used with care and attention, in many cases involving rials education must include suitable courses in electron mi teams of experts from different venues. The fundamentals croscopy. It is also essential that suitable texts be available are, of course, based in physics, so aspiring materials sci for the preparation of the students and researchers who must entists would be well advised to have prior exposure to, for carry out electron microscopy properly and quantitatively.
 

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Contents

In The Transmission Electron Microscope
4
n Xray Spectrometry
9
Chapter Summary
17
Chapter Preview
19
Systems
32
Chapter Preview
35
PEELS
37
Chapter Summary
46
and the Diffraction Pattern
363
Chapter Summary
377
Strain Fields
401
References
420
PhaseContrast Images
439
Chapter Summary
455
Chapter Summary
481
Chapter Summary
497

Scattering
51
Apertures
86
How to See Electrons
107
Pumps and Holders
117
Chapter Summary
128
Diffraction
172
Chapter Summary
189
Accelerating Voltage
199
Chapter Summary
200
References
213
References
224
References
236
Diffraction from Small Volumes
251
Chapter Summary
262
Patterns
271
Chapter Summary
286
Chapter Summary
298
Patterns
302
Chapter Summary
318
CHAPTER PREVIEW
319
Chapter Preview
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CHAPTER PREVIEW
500
ley Moodie and their coworkers principally at Melbourne and Arizona State University ASU in a series
507
Other Imaging Techniques
529
Chapter Summary
548
Chapter Summary
571
Interface
575
168
585
CHAPTER PREVIEW
587
Microanalysis
599
Spatial Resolution
621
Microanalysis with
635
Electron EnergyLoss Spectrometers
637
169
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Chapter Preview
687
Chapter Summary
703
170
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Acknowledgements for Figures
717
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