Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 558
Weight: 1095 g
Dimensions: 241 x 161 x 33 mm
This is a superb book. It is certainly the most thorough, unified and comprehensive treatment of high-energy electron diffraction (HEED) theory to appear for many years. * Acta Crystallographica *
In summary this is a book that all laboratories working in electron microscopy and surface science must have. It is also a highly readable textbook, which is unusually clearly written and complete. * Acta Crystallographica *
... provides a clear treatment of the multiple inelastic scattering that forms the background in electron diffraction (and so limits accuracy), the book is a major step along the road towards accurate quantification of electron diffraction data. * Acta Crystallographica *
This is a book for microscopists who seek to step out of the daily routine and try something new. For GBP69.95, it represents an excellent deal. * Bulletin of the Microscopical Society of Canada *
... has the potential to become one of the classic reference books in electron microscopy. * Bulletin of the Microscopical Society of Canada *
This new book, written by three distinguished scholars who worked together in Oxford during the 1990s, is in part a summation of their valuable contributions to the theory of electron diffraction and image formation in the TEM. It nicely complements other reference books that are available ... The serious electron microscopist will find it a sound investment. * Micron *
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