Electron optics column for a new MEMS-type transmission electron microscope

@article{Krysztof2018ElectronOC,
  title={Electron optics column for a new MEMS-type transmission electron microscope},
  author={Michał Krysztof and Tomasz Grzebyk and Anna G{\'o}recka-Drzazga and Krzysztof Adamski and Jan A. Dziuban},
  journal={Bulletin of The Polish Academy of Sciences-technical Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={66}
}
The concept of a miniature transmission electron microscope (TEM) on chip is presented. This idea assumes manufacturing of a silicon-glass multilayer device that contains a miniature electron gun, an electron optics column integrated with a high vacuum micropump, and a sample microchamber with a detector. In this article the field emission cathode, utilizing carbon nanotubes (CNT), and an electron optics column with Einzel lens, made of silicon, are both presented. The elements are assembled… Expand
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