Beginning with an overview of transmission electron microscopy principles, topics discussed include electron optics, the development of STEM, aberration diagnosis and correction, simulations of STEM imaging, advanced STEM, electron energy loss spectrometry, applications of aberration corrected scanning and aberration-corrected imaging with CTEM.
What does EEL stand for?
EEL stands for Electron Energy Loss
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6 QC176 As this field developed over the past two decades, researchers have made significant advances in synchrotron radiation sources and their corresponding x-ray beamlines along with electron energy loss spectrometry.
Electron energy loss spectroscopy for analysis of inhaled ultrafine particles in rat lungs.
One impressive pairing brings together scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS).
Researchers, practitioners, and students from across China present over 120 papers on such topics as characterizing the nano-structure of a glass-like carbon by x-ray diffraction and electron energy loss spectroscopy, electrical properties of zinc oxide film prepared by the thermal oxidation method, the experimental analysis of surface defects in bioceramics used in bone tissue engineering, the ultrasonic monitoring of hydration using embedded piezoelectric transducers, and atomic oxygen effects of polyimide/silica hybrid films in a low earth orbit environment.
The structural and electronic properties of nitrogen-doped MWNTs were determined using scanning electron microscopy, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM), electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) and thermopower measurements.
2 eV and thereby allows for highest resolution Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS).
Volume 1: Theory and Instrumentation Volume 2: Sampling Techniques Volume 3: Sample Characterization and Spectral Data Processing Volume 4: Applications in Industry, Materials and the Physical Sciences Volume 5: Applications in Life, Pharmaceutical and Natural Sciences Comprehensive; Covering all aspects of infrared, near-infrared and Raman spectroscopy the five volumes also include coverage of associated techniques, such as inelastic neutron scattering, electron energy loss and cavity ringdown spectroscopy.