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Electron holography has been applied to the observation of biological filaments. The technique has some advantages over conventional imaging for observing weak-phase objects such as small unstained biological structures. To avoid artificial structural transformation of the sample owing to the interaction with the supporting film, a holey carbon film was… (More)
A non-staining bacterial flagellum filament only 24 nm in diameter has been observed clearly by using a phase-shifting electron holographic technique. This method produces a sufficiently high contrast in-focus image that could never be obtained by ordinary transmission electron microscopic (TEM) methods.
An electron-beam-induced-current technique has been applied to scanning transmission electron microscopy to characterize GaN/AlGaN/n-Si heterostructures. The structure was formed by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy using AlGaN as an intermediate layer. Two samples with nominal intermediate layer thicknesses of 60 and 120 nm were studied. It was found that… (More)