Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy: Applications to by Francis Leonard Deepak, Alvaro Mayoral, Raul Arenal PDF

By Francis Leonard Deepak, Alvaro Mayoral, Raul Arenal

This publication highlights the present figuring out of fabrics within the context of recent and consistently rising options within the box of electron microscopy. The authors current purposes of electron microscopic recommendations in characterizing a number of famous & new nanomaterials. The purposes defined comprise either inorganic nanomaterials in addition to natural nanomaterials.

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Patterns can be displayed as a phase or an orientation map of the scanned area [29]. In a modern TEM with a FEG tip, a small probe of around 1–2 nm size (Fig. 17b) can be formed in NBD mode by using a small condenser aperture; this will yield a high spatial resolution of the map. If the sample is thick, however, the trade-off of selecting the smallest spot size and aperture is to preserve enough brightness in the diffraction pattern. When using precession, the effective focused beam size on the specimen will suffer from beam broadening due to spherical aberration for the nonaxial trajectories, and this will be more noticeable when increasing the precession angle [26].

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