Völkl, Edgar, Allard, Lawrence F., Joy, David C. (Eds.)
1999, XVIII, 354 p.
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Experienced and novice holographers receive a solid foundation in the theory and practice of holography, the next generation of imaging technology, in this superb text. The book's `how to' aspects enable readers to learn hologram acquisition at the microscope and processing of holograms at the computer as well as digital imaging techniques. A complete bibliography on electron holography and applications of the method to problems in materials science, physics and the life sciences round out the volume's coverage.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »computer - electromagnetic field - electromagnetic fields - electron - energy - life sciences - material - materials science
Valid Conventions throughout the Book. 1. The History of the Electron Biprism. 2. Principles and Theory of Electron Holography. 3. Optical Characteristics of a Holography Electron Microscope. 4. Practical Electron Holography. 5. Quantitative Electron Holography. 6. The Reconstruction of Off-Axis Electron Holograms. 7. Electron Holography of Electromagnetic Fields. 8. On Recording, Processing and Interpretation of Low Magnification Electron Holograms. 9. High Resolution Off-Axis Electron Holography. 10. Off-Axis Stem Holography. 11. Focus Variation Electron Holography. 12. Applications of Electron Holography. 13. Electron Holography using Diffracted Electron Beams (DBH). 14. Electron Holography at Low Energy. 15. A Plus or Minus Sign in the Fourier Transform? Bibliography. Index.