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Among specific topics are geometrical models for bare boron nanotubes, the synchrotron investigation of a silicon surface after low energy plasma treatment in hydrogen and argon, the precise determination of the atomic structure of a nanotube by electron diffraction, the scattering of the electromagnetic field by a dielectric nanotube covered by a thin metal layer, nanoporous titania electrochemically formed at low temperature, evaluating the morphofunctional state of platelets by scanning force microscopy, and thin film layers and multilayer nanostructures for photovoltaic applications.
The main chamber of the system is equipped with a combined apparatus for the low energy electron diffraction and electron spectroscopy.
The products they produced are used for monitoring wafer bow and temperature, thin-film stress, deposition rate, thickness, material absorptive properties, and Reflection High Energy Electron Diffraction (RHEED).
44 nm in their electron diffraction (ED) patterns [2-4].
From 1957 to 1964, significant advances were made in understanding the composition and structure of passivating films on iron by combining electrochemical measurements with electron diffraction studies on single crystal surfaces.
based provider of X-ray microanalysis, X-ray fluorescence, and electron diffraction instrumentation, has introduced the next generation of its Genesis EDS Microanalysis software.
High-resolution TEM and electron diffraction analysis showed the structure of the nanowires to be that of the monoclinic [beta] phase; however, micro-Raman and PL studies on the nanowires showed some interesting features.
These vacuum systems can perform other types of analysis in addition to EELS, such as photoelectron spectroscopy and low energy electron diffraction.