electron optics


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electron optics

[i′lek‚trän ′äp·tiks]
(electronics)
The study of the motion of free electrons under the influence of electric and magnetic fields.
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Philips Electron Optics began selling Philips Electron Optics International's TECNAI series of easy-to-use transmission microscopes equipped with the Windows NT operating system.
The adjustment of the electron optics should be fast, stable and easy to do on a clear user interface.
The EVO series of scanning electron microscopes feature high resolution electron optics, analytical chamber designs, and specimen stages.
With the unique combination of GEMINI ultra-performance electron optics and LEO's variable pressure technology, the LEO 1530VP delivers outstanding capabilities in a range of applications.
He has a PhD in Physics and Electron Optics from TE-bingen University, in Germany and has acquired an unusually wide range of capabilities and experiences over the years.
In general, the electron optics of an SEM consist of a gun and both condenser and objective electromagnetic lenses operating in a vacuum.
Progress also is being made in developing more conventional electron optics that operate at low voltages, typically 0.

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