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The Ultra-stable Scanning Transmission Electron Holography Microscope (STEHM)

  • Rodney A. Herring (a1) and David Hoyle (a2)
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1. Herring, R.A., Hoyle, David, Taniguchi, Yoshifumi & Haider, Max, ""The Ultra-Stable Scanning Transmission Electron Holography Microscope". Microscopy & Microanalysis, (Indiannapolis, August 4-8) 19 Suppl 2 (2013) 302/303.
2. Herring, R A, Saitoh, K, N, Tanaka, N & Tanji, T (2010). Coherent Electron Interference from Amorphous TEM Specimens. J. Electron Microscopy 59, 321.
3. Herring, R A, Saitoh, K, N, Tanji, T & Tanaka, N (2012). Electron interference from an amorphous thin film on a crystal transmission electron microscopy specimen. J. Electron Microscopy 61, 17.
4. These proceedings. Funding from NSERC, CFI and BCKDF are gratefully acknowledged..
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