Atom-probe field ion microscopy : field ion emission and by Tien T. Tsong

By Tien T. Tsong

Atom-probe box ion microscopy is presently the single procedure in a position to imaging stable surfaces with atomic answer, and whilst of chemically examining floor atoms chosen through the observer from the sphere ion photograph. box ion microscopy has been effectively used to review such a lot metals and plenty of alloys, and lately sturdy box ion photos of a few semiconductors or even ceramic fabrics resembling hot temperature superconductors were received. even if different microscopies are in a position to attaining a similar solution, there are a few experiments exact to box ion microscopy--for instance the research of the habit of unmarried atoms and clusters on an outstanding floor. The very stylish improvement of the sector ion microscope with the atom-probe has supplied a strong and priceless method for hugely delicate chemical research. This booklet provides the fundamental rules of atom-probe box ion microscopy and illustrates a few of the functions of the procedure within the examine of reliable surfaces and interfaces at atomic answer.

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