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Electron Optical Systems for Microscopy, Microanalysis and Microlithography

M.D.) Pfefferkorn Conference 1984 (Ocean City

Electron Optical Systems for Microscopy, Microanalysis and Microlithography

Proceedings of the 3rd Pfefferkorn Conference, Held April 9 to 14, 1984, at the Carousel Hotel, Ocean City, MD

by M.D.) Pfefferkorn Conference 1984 (Ocean City

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Published by Scanning Microscopy Intl .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Congresses,
  • Microlithography,
  • Electron microscopy,
  • Electron optics,
  • Microchemistry

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohn J. Hren (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8383843M
    ISBN 100931288347
    ISBN 109780931288340

    Using Microscopy to Find Stardust Anywhere Jon Larsen is author of "In Search of Stardust," the first comprehensive popular science book on micrometeorites. The book also features a photo atlas presenting hundreds of micrometeorites imaged by high-resolution color optical microscopy and by scanning electron microscopy. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) A standard scanning electron microscope (SEM) is typically used for low-to-medium magnification (,×) imaging of conductive samples. For non-conductive samples, a conductive coating of carbon, gold, chromium, etc. must be applied to avoid charging effects. A variable-pressure SEM (low vacuum or environmental) is used for non-conductive specimens like. Author(s): Hren,John J; Pfefferkorn Conference,(3rd: Ocean City, Md.); Scanning Electron Microscopy, Inc. Title(s): Electron optical systems for microscopy, microanalysis & microlithography: proceedings of the 3rd Pfefferkorn Conference, held April 9 to 14, , at the Carousel Hotel, Ocean City, MD/ edited by John J. Hren.


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