Electron Microscopy

A Versatile Tool for Material Characterization

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202 pages
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This book looks at electron microscopy in a comprehensive way covering different types of microscope and operating mode. It is not a textbook but a student companion.
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I started my research career as a Junior Scientific Officer at the Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad, India after my graduation in Metallurgical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India. Transmission electron microscope was one of the major tools f...

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This book looks at electron microscopy in a comprehensive way covering different types of microscope (SEM, TEM, etc.) and operating mode (HREM, CBED, HAADF, EELS, etc.). It is not a textbook but a student companion. In addition to explaining the subject, it selects important terminology and explain further, keeping in mind the level comprehensible by graduate/under-graduate students. The complex mathematics behind electron microscopy is avoided but explained in a simplified way. The students are referred to original ideas and related sources. They are advised to look at textbooks to broaden knowledge.

  1. Introduction 
  2. Historical Timelines 
  3. Electron Beam Interaction with Materials 
    1. Electron Scattering 
    2. Electron Diffraction 
    3. X-ray Generation 
    4. References 
  4. Instrumentation 
    1. Electron Sources 
    2. Electron Optics 
    3. Electron and X-ray Detectors 
    4. References 
  5. Microscope Types and Operating Modes 
    1. Transmission Electron Microscope 
    2. Scanning Electron Microscope 
    3. Operating Modes in TEM and SEM 
    4. References 
  6. Microscopy and Analysis 
    1. Imaging 
    2. Diffraction 
    3. Analysis 
    4. References