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By Daisuke Shindo, Hiraga Kenji

High-resolution electron microscopy (HREM) has turn into a strongest process for investigating the interior constitution of fabrics on an atomic scale of round 0.1 nm. The authors basically clarify either the speculation and perform of HREM for fabrics technological know-how. as well as a primary formula of the imaging strategy of HREM, there's special rationalization of photograph simulationindispensable for interpretation of high-resolution pictures. crucial details on acceptable imaging stipulations for watching lattice photographs and constitution photographs is gifted, and strategies for extracting structural details from those observations are sincerely proven, together with examples in complex fabrics. Dislocations, interfaces, and surfaces are handled, and fabrics akin to composite ceramics, high-Tc superconductors, and quasicrystals also are thought of. incorporated are sections at the most recent tools and methods, similar to the imaging plate and quantitative HREM.

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_ . _ . _ . _____ __ . _ . _ ____1 Fig. 7. Lattice image of a superlattice dislocation in an intermetallic compound CoTi (B2-type) and its filtered image. Specimen: CoTi; Preparation: jet electropolishing (HCl04: CH 3COOH4 = 20: 80); Observation: 400 kY EM. Remarks: a High-resolution image of an edge dislocation. b Processed image with noise filtering. , the {110) plane [9]. It is of interest that no dissociations of superlattice dislocations have been observed in NiAI, which has the same B2 structure as CoTi [10, 11].

Lattice image of a dissociated dislocation in deformed silicon. Specimen: Si; Preparation: chemical polishing (HNO/HF); Observation: 1000kY EM. Remark: At the ends of the stacking fault there are 30° (A) and 90° (B) partial dislocations 44 Fig. 4. Lattice image of a faulted dipole in silicon. Specimen: Si; Preparation: chemical polishing (HNOiHF); Observation: lOOOkV EM. Remark: The Z-type faulted dipole is formed from three stacking faults. This faulted dipole results from the interaction of two dissociated dislocations moving in the crystal, as indicated in the inset 45 46 3.

8. Simulated electron diffraction pattern of /3Si3N4 with [001] incidence. 17 nm for a 400 k V EM is indicated by the white circle phases of the reflections change drastically at a thickness corresponding to the maximum amplitudes, and no images showing a crystal structure are formed in the region over this thickness. This change can clearly be seen in the calculated images in Fig. 11, where the thickness dependency of high-resolution images is shown. The simulation shows that the structure images are formed up to a thickness of 7 nm, but that images at thicknesses over 9nm are considerably deformed.

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