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The reason they were unsuccessful was because the small amount of perovskite that was present was destroyed due to the technique called electron diffraction that the scientists used to look for the most abundant mineral.
Using advanced electron diffraction techniques, the scientists discovered that orbital fluctuations in iron-based compounds induce strongly coupled polarizations that can enhance electron pairing-the essential mechanism behind superconductivity.
The main areas of interest at the conference were determining structure from powder diffraction, quantitative phase analysis by X-ray, developing methods and techniques in X-ray and electron diffraction, electron crystallography, crystallography of phase transformations, texture studies and determining microstructure, and materials structure.
The first group of papers examines electron crystallography and structural fingerprinting of nanocrystals using both precession electron diffraction and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy.
Raman spectroscopy and electron diffraction of functional ceramics (I.
The main advantage of the analytical TEM is the ability to obtain images, chemical information, and electron diffraction patterns at the nanometre scale.
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.