Electron microscopic observation of periodic structure
After Menter’s (1) epoch-making experiment with phthalocyanines, Brindley, Comer, Uyeda and Zussman (2) reported equally spaced fringes observed in electron micrographs taken of a kind of serpentine mineral, called “Yu Yen Stone” (U. S. National Museum No. 94356). They concluded that the superlattice in minute crystals of “Yu Yen Stone” appeared as fringes in the electron micrographs.
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