Abstract

The high energy electron microscope has been used mainly in the field of material science and of minerology. Especially in minerology, the advantage of the higher penetrating power of electrons at higher accelarating voltage which enables the observation of material in bulk is enormous and the high voltage device becomes indispensable.

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Hydrated Citrate Epoxy Rubber Bacillus 

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  • Kiyoshi Hama

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