Electron Energy-Loss Spectrometers

@inproceedings{Williams1996ElectronES,
  title={Electron Energy-Loss Spectrometers},
  author={David B. Williams and C. Barry Carter},
  year={1996}
}
Electron energy-loss spectrometry (EELS) is the analysis of the energy distribution of electrons that have interacted inelastically with the specimen. These inelastic collisions tell us a tremendous amount about the electronic structure of the specimen atoms, which in turn reveals details of the nature of these atoms, their bonding and nearest-neighbor distributions, and their dielectric response. In order to examine the spectrum of electron energies we almost invariably use a magnetic prism… 
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