High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy: and Associated Techniques by Peter BuseckHigh-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy: and Associated Techniques by Peter Buseck

High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy: and Associated Techniques

EditorPeter Buseck, John Cowley, Leroy Eyring

Hardcover | February 2, 1989

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This book provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts, techniques, and methods used for electron microscopy at high resolution in space, energy, and even in time. It delineates the theory of elastic scattering, which is most useful for spectroscopic and chemical analyses. There arealso discussions of the theory and practice of image calculations, and applications of HRTEM to the study of solid surfaces, highly disordered materials, solid state chemistry, mineralogy, semiconductors and metals. Contributors include J. Cowley, J. Spence, P. Buseck, P. Self, and M.A. O'Keefe.Compiled by experts in the fields of geology, physics and chemistry, this comprehensive text will be the standard reference for years to come.
Peter Buseck, John Cowley, and LeRoy Eyring are all at Arizona State University.
Title:High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy: and Associated TechniquesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:670 pages, 9.65 × 6.38 × 1.77 inPublished:February 2, 1989Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195042751

ISBN - 13:9780195042757

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Table of Contents

1. J. Cowley: Imaging2. J. Cowley: Imaging Theory3. J. Cowley: Elastic Scattering of Electrons by Crystals4. J. Cowley: Elastic Scattering Theory5. J. Spence: Inelastic Electron Scattering6. J. Spence: Inelastic Electron Scattering II7. J. Spence: Techniques Closely Related to High Resolution Electron Microscopy8. P. Self and M.A. O'Keefe: Calculation of Diffraction Patterns and Images for Fasr Electrons9. P. Buseck and D. Veblen: Mineralogy10. Leroy Eyring: Contributions of High Resolution Electron Microscopy Studies to Solid State Chemistry11. Smith and Barry: Materials Science: Metals, Ceramics, and Semiconductors12. Ondrej L. Krivanek: Practical High Resolution Electron Microscopy13. K. Yagi: Surfaces14. A. Howie: Highly Disordered Materials

Editorial Reviews

"Without exception, the brief list of references, though very selective, are excellent. The quality of the book, and the reproduction in particular, are excellent. This book is a must for every library where electron microscopists work; overall it is not a book for the nonmicroscopist or thebeginner." --Ceramic Abstracts