Electron Nano-Imaging [E-Book] : Basics of Imaging and Diffraction for TEM and STEM / by Nobuo Tanaka.
Tanaka, Nobuo, (author)
Tokyo : Springer, 2017
XXVIII, 333 p. 129 illus., 22 illus. in color. online resource.
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Table of Contents:
  • Seeing nanometer-sized world
  • Structure and imaging of a transmission electron microscope (TEM)
  • Basic theories of TEM imaging
  • Resolution and image contrast of a transmission electron microscope (TEM)
  • What is high-resolution transmission electron microscopy ?
  • Lattice images and structure images
  • Imaging theory of high-resolution TEM and image simulation
  • Advanced transmission electron microscopy
  • What is scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM)?
  • Imaging of scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM)
  • Image contrast and its formation mechanism in STEM
  • Imaging theory for STEM
  • Future prospects and possibility of TEM and STEM
  • Concluding remarks
  • Introduction of Fourier transforms for TEM and STEM
  • Imaging by using a convex lens: Convex lens as phase shifter
  • Contrast transfer function of a transmission electron microscope: Key term for understanding of phase contrast in HRTEM
  • Complex-valued expression of aberrations of a round lens
  • Cowley's theory for TEM and STEM imaging
  • Introduction to the imaging theory for TEM including non-linear terms
  • What are image processing methods?
  • Elemental analysis by electron microscopes: Analysis using an electron probe
  • Electron beam damage to specimens
  • Scattering of electrons by an atom: Fundamental process for visualization of a single atom by TEM
  • Electron diffraction and convergent beam electron diffraction (CBED): Basis for formation of lattice fringes in TEM and image intensity of STEM
  • Bethe's method for dynamical electron diffraction: Basic theory of electron diffraction in thicker crystals
  • Column approximation and Howie-Whelan's method for dynamical electron diffraction: Theory for observation of lattice defects
  • Van-Dyck's method for dynamical electron diffraction and imaging: Basis of atomic column imaging
  • Eikonal theory for scattering of electrons by a potential
  • Debye-Waller factor and thermal diffuse scattering (TDS)
  • Relativistic effects to diffraction and imaging by a transmission electron microscope: Basic theories for high-voltage electron microscopy.