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000134128 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/S0304-3991(00)00125-X
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000134128 037__ $$aARTICLE
000134128 245__ $$aOrientation dependence of ionization edges in EELS
000134128 260__ $$c2001
000134128 269__ $$a2001
000134128 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000134128 520__ $$aAnisotropy in the density of unoccupied states can be detected in the fine structure of ionization edges in angle-resolved EELS. It is shown that in a crystal an interference term occurs in the inelastic signal, and how it relates to electron channeling and site selection. The combination of orientation and site selection induces subtle variations in the ELNES. It is shown how this technique can be used to analyze local anisotropy related to the point group of the target atom. A second example shows how to extract non-dipole transitions at small scattering angles.
000134128 6531_ $$aAnisotropy
000134128 6531_ $$aDOS
000134128 6531_ $$aEELS
000134128 6531_ $$aELNES
000134128 6531_ $$aMonopole transitions
000134128 700__ $$aSchattschneider, P.
000134128 700__ $$0240075$$aHebert, C.$$g178548
000134128 700__ $$aJouffrey, B.
000134128 773__ $$j86$$k3-4$$q343-353$$tUltramicroscopy
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000134128 937__ $$aLSME-ARTICLE-2001-004
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000134128 980__ $$aARTICLE