Specimen-thickness effects on transmission Kikuchi patterns in the scanning electron microscope.

@article{Rice2014SpecimenthicknessEO,
  title={Specimen-thickness effects on transmission Kikuchi patterns in the scanning electron microscope.},
  author={Katherine P. Rice and Robert R. Keller and Mark P Stoykovich},
  journal={Journal of microscopy},
  year={2014},
  volume={254 3},
  pages={129-36}
}
We report the effects of varying specimen thickness on the generation of transmission Kikuchi patterns in the scanning electron microscope. Diffraction patterns sufficient for automated indexing were observed from films spanning nearly three orders of magnitude in thickness in several materials, from 5 nm of hafnium dioxide to 3 μm of aluminum, corresponding to a mass-thickness range of ~5 to 810 μg cm(-2) . The scattering events that are most likely to be detected in transmission are shown to… CONTINUE READING
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