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Transmission Electron-Microscopy of Surfaces and Interfaces

Modern transmission electron microscopes offer imaging capabilities down to the atomic lattice resolution, as well as crystallographic and chemical microanalysis with 2-nanometer diameter probes in thin foils. These analytical microscopes are powerful tools for surface, interface and thin films studies.

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    Buffat, pa, ecole polytech fed lausanne,inst interdept microscopie electr i2m,ch-1015 lausanne,switzerland.

    ISI Document Delivery No.: MG001

    Times Cited: 1

    Cited Reference Count: 10

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