In Situ Experiments in the Scanning Electron Microscope Chamber

Abstract

Since the first scanning electron microscope by Knoll (1935) and theoretical developments by von Ardenne (1938a, b) in the 30’s, this imaging technique has been widely used by generations of searchers from all the scientific domains to characterize the inner structure of matter. Even if the obtained information is essential for matter description or… (More)

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@inproceedings{Podor2012InSE, title={In Situ Experiments in the Scanning Electron Microscope Chamber}, author={Renaud Podor and Johann Ravaux and Henri-Pierre Brau}, year={2012} }