Three-dimensional electron microscopy simulation with the CASINO Monte Carlo software.

@article{Demers2011ThreedimensionalEM,
  title={Three-dimensional electron microscopy simulation with the CASINO Monte Carlo software.},
  author={Hendrix Demers and Nicolas Poirier-Demers and Alexandre R{\'e}al Couture and Dany Joly and Marc Guilmain and Niels de Jonge and Dominique Drouin},
  journal={Scanning},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          135-46
        }
}
Monte Carlo softwares are widely used to understand the capabilities of electron microscopes. To study more realistic applications with complex samples, 3D Monte Carlo softwares are needed. In this article, the development of the 3D version of CASINO is presented. The software feature a graphical user interface, an efficient (in relation to simulation time and memory use) 3D simulation model, accurate physic models for electron microscopy applications, and it is available freely to the… CONTINUE READING

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