Joanna Bobynko

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Methods are described for measuring accurate absolute experimental inelastic mean free paths and differential cross-sections using DualEELS. The methods remove the effects of surface layers and give the results for the bulk materials. The materials used are VC0.83, TiC0.98, VN0.97 and TiN0.88 but the method should be applicable to a wide range of materials.(More)
This paper shows how it is possible to use Dual Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (DualEELS) to digitally extract spectrum images for one phase of interest in a complex nanostructured specimen. The specific cases studied here concern Nb or V precipitates, a few nanometres in size, in high manganese steels. The procedures outlined allow the extraction of the(More)
We have investigated the use of DualEELS in elementally sensitive tilt series tomography in the scanning transmission electron microscope. A procedure is implemented using deconvolution to remove the effects of multiple scattering, followed by normalisation by the zero loss peak intensity. This is performed to produce a signal that is linearly dependent on(More)
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