Electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) is a high resolution technique used for the analysis of thin samples of material. The technique is used in many modern transmission electron microscopes to characterize materials.
Energy-filtering transmission electron microscopy (EFTEM) presents a summary of the electron optics, the electron-specimen interactions, and the operation and contrast modes of this new field of analytical electron microscopy.
Within the last 30 years, electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) has become a standard analytical technique used in the transmission electron microscope to extract chemical and structural information down to the atomic level.
Maity, D.; Pattanayak, S.; Mollick, M. R.; Rana, D.; Mondal, D.; Bhowmick, B.; Dash, S. K.; Chattopadhyay, S.; Das, B.; Roy, S.; Chakraborty, M.; Chattopadhyay, D.
Bile salts carry out a vital bioactive responsibility among the various physiologically important molecules. The use of bile acids and their conjugates in nanoscience is a novel idea, which opens up fascinating prospects and gives rise to various versatile properties.
Bejjani, R.; Collin, M.; Thersleff, T.; Odelros, S.
When turning low alloyed steel with hard inclusions, scores and grooves have been observed in the wear of the alumina coating in CVD coated cutting tools. This study focuses on detailed understanding of flank wear in the textured alumina coating and the relation to the workpiece’s inclusions.