エネルギーフィルター電子顕微鏡法の原理と応用 [in Japanese] Principle of energy-filtering transmission electron microscopy and its applications [in Japanese]
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Energy-filtering transmission electron microscopy (EFTEM) is widely used to make images and diffraction patterns more quantitative by removing the inelastic background, and to perform elemental and chemical mapping at high spatial resolution.The principal factors restricting the spatial resolution in elemental maps are discussed. The relativistic effect on inelastic scattering cross-section, which becomes significant for high-voltage EFTEM analysis, is also discussed in relation to the detection efficiency of core-loss signals.
X-RAYS 39(6), 416-425, 1997-12-31
The Crystallographic Society of Japan