Practice of High-Resolution Electron Microscopy
As mentioned in Chap. 1, high-resolution images are the phase contrast formed by the interference of the transmitted and diffracted beams passing through the back focal plane, so various high-resolution images containing different information may be obtained depending on their scattering amplitudes, which are affected by the diffraction conditions and the crystal thicknesses. Thus, before observing high-resolution images, we should clarify what structural information we need and what experimental conditions we should set up to get such information.
KeywordsElectron Diffraction Pattern Structure Image Lattice Image Lattice Fringe Amorphous Film
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