Tutorial on Off-Axis Electron Holography

@article{Lehmann2002TutorialOO,
  title={Tutorial on Off-Axis Electron Holography},
  author={Michael Lehmann and H. Lichte},
  journal={Microscopy and Microanalysis},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={447 - 466}
}
Through recent years, off-axis electron holography has helped us to understand and to overcome some experimental restrictions in transmission electron microscopy. With development of powerful electron microscopes, slow-scan CCD cameras, and computers, holography is not an academic technique anymore used by specialized laboratories. Holography has proven its wide range of applications in solving real-world problems in materials science and biology. At medium resolution, that is, on nanometer… 

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