Handbook of Nanoscopy, Volume 1&2

Handbook of Nanoscopy, Volume 1&2

Editor(s): Gustaaf Van Tendeloo, Dirk Van Dyck, Stephen J. Pennycook

Published Online: 23 MAY 2012 05:12AM EST

Print ISBN: 9783527317066

Online ISBN: 9783527641864

DOI: 10.1002/9783527641864

About this Book

This completely revised successor to the Handbook of Microscopy supplies in-depth coverage of all imaging technologies from the optical
to the electron and scanning techniques. Adopting a twofold approach, the book firstly presents the various technologies as such, before going
on to cover the materials class by class, analyzing how the different imaging methods can be successfully applied. It covers the latest developments in techniques, such as in-situ TEM, 3D imaging in TEM and SEM, as well as a broad range of material types, including metals,
alloys, ceramics, polymers, semiconductors, minerals, quasicrystals, amorphous solids, among others. The volumes are divided between
methods and applications, making this both a reliable reference and handbook for chemists, physicists, biologists, materials scientists and
engineers, as well as graduate students and their lecturers.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Methods

    1. Chapter 3

      Ultrahigh-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy at Negative Spherical Aberration (pages 81–107)

      Knut W. Urban, Juri Barthel, Lothar Houben, Chun-Lin Jia, Markus Lentzen, Andreas Thust and Karsten Tillmann

    2. Chapter 4

      Z-Contrast Imaging (pages 109–152)

      Prof. Dr. Stephen J. Pennycook, Anrew R. Lupini, Albina Y. Borisevich and Mark P. Oxley

    3. Chapter 9

      Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscopy (pages 309–343)

      Nigel D. Browning, Geoffrey H. Campbell, James E. Evans, Thomas B. LaGrange, Katherine L. Jungjohann, Judy S. Kim, Daniel J. Masiel and Bryan W. Reed

    4. Chapter 10

      Transmission Electron Microscopy as Nanolab (pages 345–374)

      Frans D. Tichelaar, Marijn A. van Huis and Henny W. Zandbergen

  2. Part II: Applications

    1. Chapter 26

      Nanoparticles (pages 877–960)

      Miguel López-Haro, Juan José Delgado, Juan Carlos Hernández-Garrido, Juan de Dios López-Castro, César Mira, Susana Trasobares, Ana Belén Hungría, José Antonio Pérez-Omil and José Juan Calvino

    2. Chapter 28

      Carbon Nanoforms (pages 995–1070)

      Carla Bittencourt and Prof. Gustaaf Van Tendeloo

    3. Chapter 32

      Complex Oxide Materials (pages 1179–1212)

      Maria Varela, Timothy J. Pennycook, Jaume Gazquez, Albina Y. Borisevich, Sokrates T. Pantelides and Prof. Dr. Stephen J. Pennycook

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