Bridging nano-optics and condensed matter formalisms in a unified description of inelastic scattering of relativistic electron beams

@article{LourenccoMartins2020BridgingNA,
  title={Bridging nano-optics and condensed matter formalisms in a unified description of inelastic scattering of relativistic electron beams},
  author={H. Lourencco-Martins and A. Lubk and M. Kociak},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2020}
}
In the last decades, the blossoming of experimental breakthroughs in the domain of electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) has triggered a variety of theoretical developments. Those have to deal with completely different situations, from atomically resolved phonon mapping to electron circular dichroism passing by surface plasmon mapping. All of them rely on very different physical approximations and have not yet been reconciled, despite early attempts to do so. As an effort in that direction… Expand
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