emission electron microscope

emission electron microscope

[i′mish·ən i¦lek‚trän ′mī·krə‚skōp]
(electronics)
An electron microscope in which thermionic, photo, secondary, or field electrons emitted from a metal surface are projected on a fluorescent screen, with or without focusing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Tokyo, Jan 31, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Hitachi Ltd and Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation today announced they had received the IEEE Milestone for Hitachi's pioneering development of the world's "First Practical Field Emission Electron Microscope, 1972" from the IEEE, the world's largest professional association in the electrical, electronics, information and communications engineering fields.
They then took video images of vortex patterns using a 300-kilovolt field emission electron microscope. The movements ranged from slow to sudden hops, or appeared like river flows depending on the strength of the magnetic field and temperature level.

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