Introduction: Special issue on radiation damage

@inproceedings{2009IntroductionSI,
  title={Introduction: Special issue on radiation damage},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
Radiation damage sets the ultimate limit on information that can be obtained in microscopy using any ionizing probe, whether it be VUV light, charged particles, or X rays. In fact, early pioneers in electron microscopy were worried that their struggle to apply the new instrument to biology might be defeated by radiation damage. Writing in the preface to L… CONTINUE READING