ELECTRON MICROSCOPY EBOOK
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Conclusion Appendix A: Bibliography of Related Publications Appendix B: Preamble II. Beginnings in Britain III. Inconveniences of Early Electron Microscopes V. Grids IX. A Problem with Photographic Plates X. Shadowcasting XII. Replicas and Metallurgy XIV. Optics of the Electron Microscope XV.
Megavolt Electron Microscopy V. Reminiscences and Reflections I. The Diamond Knife IV. Canada-USA I. Initial Work: University of Toronto III. Massachusetts Institute of Technology V. Emission Microscope II. Lens Aberrations III. Formation of Caustic and Shadow Images V. Stigmators VI.
Wartime Developments V. The Cambridge Microscope IV. Marion, Text Bibliographical Appendix: Publications of L. Marton References Development and Improvement of Preparation Methods V. Period of Transition IV.
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