Debye–Waller Factor and Thermal Diffuse Scattering (TDS)



In this book, we study the effects of inelastically scattered electrons to TEM images qualitatively, as described in Sect.  7.1.8. The effects are, to some extent, related also to Stobbs’s problem for discrepancy between experiments and simulations. (Boothroyd 1998).


Inelastic Scattering Lattice Vibration Bragg Reflection Lattice Image Diffract Wave 


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