Breaking resolution limits in ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy.

@article{Baum2006BreakingRL,
  title={Breaking resolution limits in ultrafast electron diffraction and microscopy.},
  author={Peter N. Baum and Ahmed H. Zewail},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={103 44},
  pages={
          16105-10
        }
}
Ultrafast electron microscopy and diffraction are powerful techniques for the study of the time-resolved structures of molecules, materials, and biological systems. Central to these approaches is the use of ultrafast coherent electron packets. The electron pulses typically have an energy of 30 keV for diffraction and 100-200 keV for microscopy, corresponding to speeds of 33-70% of the speed of light. Although the spatial resolution can reach the atomic scale, the temporal resolution is limited… CONTINUE READING

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