The article reports detailed experimental observations by TEM and STEM of fringe contrast on inclined grain boundaries that show the effect noted above to be the same for either TEM or STEM images taken under reasonably similar diffracting conditions, and quite different from the classical top-bottom effect. Dynamical calculations show the observed image degradation to be a result of the absorption (inelastic scattering).
|Number of pages
|Scanning Electron Microscopy
|Published - Jan 1 1981
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Control and Systems Engineering