high-resolution electron microscope

high-resolution electron microscope

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(electronics)
An electron microscope in which lens aberrations are minimized and lens currents and the accelerating voltage are maintained with a high degree of stability, in order to achieve extremely high resolution.
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High-resolution electron microscope images were used to determine a characteristic structural feature of the polytypes (Fig.
These recent observations result from the combination of a high-resolution electron microscope and a video-recording system that magnifies gold crystals about 20 million times and, on an atomic scale, tracks their growth as it happens.
By analyzing the CG-Silicon thin-film semiconductor with a high-resolution electron microscope and an electron beam diffraction image, it was proved that the CG-Silicon semiconductor had an unprecedented level of crystal orientation as well as atomic-level continuity in its silicon grain boundary.
Now, a team from the Netherlands and France has taken a step toward making carbon nanotubes the electron sources for machines such as high-resolution electron microscopes.

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