Advances in Transmission Electron Microscopy for the Study of Soft and Hard Matter
Carlino, Elvio (editor)
This book provides readers with some examples of advanced applications of electron microscopy on organic and inorganic specimens, highlighting out how new original approaches could provide a deeper understanding of the properties of matter and how a transmission electron microscope is not only a microscope but also a flexible tool for tailoring experiments, properly suited, to the issue of interest.
Keywordsscanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM); electron tomography (ET); sparse imaging; inpainting reconstruction; biological samples; Trypanosoma brucei; TEM; in-line holography; single particle imaging; atomic resolution imaging; radiation damage; soft matter; nanostructured drugs; organic materials; holography; electron holography; diffraction; coherent diffraction imaging; iterative phase retrieval; biomolecules; propionic acid; autophagy; mitophagy; correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM); amorphous silica; powder diffraction; transmission electron microscopy; high-resolution; spectroscopy; electron diffraction; electron pair distribution function; magnetic nanoparticles; magnetic hyperthermia; EMCD; EELS; magnetism; acceleration voltage; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology