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In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy. Experimental Design and Practice. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5201274
  • Book
  • June 2021
  • 500 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
A comprehensive guide on In situ Scanning transmission electron microscope with the basic principles and techniques and methodologies available (a) to carry out in situ/operando measurements of morphology, structure and chemical changes under different kinds of stimuli; (b) to measure electrical and mechanical properties at nanoscale; and (c) establish the relationship between morphology, structure, chemistry and property of nanomaterials. The book will show how existing methodologies function, how to modify them to suit a project, to design new experiments, limitations and future perspectives in the field. Each chapter will provide practical guidelines and hands on knowledge from experienced researchers through a textbook approach that will aid students and professionals to keep pace with the fast-developing field.
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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION

1.1 Scope of the Book
1.2 Review of the Chapters

CHAPTER 2
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

2.1 Overview of Electron Optics
2.2 General functioning and applications of TEM/STEM

CHAPTER 3
IMPACT AND LIMITATIONS OF IN-SITU TECHNIQUES

3.1 Potential Benefits of Performing an In situ TEM experiment
3.2 Potential Limitations and Cautions of Performing an In situ TEM experiment

CHAPTER 4
GENERAL MICROSCOPE SELECTION AND STAGE DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

4.1 Microscope Selection
4.2 Stage Design Philosophy
4.3 Image Recording Techniques

CHAPTER 5
IN SITU DEFORMATION

5.1 Qualitative Loading
5.2 Quantitative Loading

CHAPTER 6
IN SITU HEATING

6.1 Classical Conductive Heating
6.2 MEMS Conductive Heating
6.3 Convective Heating
6.4 Radiative Heating

CHAPTER 7
IN SITU COOLING

7.1 Peltier Cooling
7.2 Cryogenic Cooling

CHAPTER 8
IN SITU CHARGED PARTICLE RADIATION

8.1 Electron Irradiation
8.2 Ion Irradiation

CHAPTER 9
IN-SITU GAS-SOLID REACTIONS

9.1 Environmental Stages
9.2 Environmental Microscopes

CHAPTER 10
IN SITU LIQUID-SOLID INTERACTIONS

10.1 Ionic Liquids and Closed Liquid Cell
10.2 Microfluidic Design

Chapter 11
IN SITU EM FIELD EFFECTS

11.1 Electrical Biasing
11.2 Dynamic Lorentz Imaging

Chapter 12
DYNAMIC AND ULTRA-FAST TEM

12.1 Dynamic TEM
12.2 Ultra-fast TEM

CHAPTER 13
COUPLING OF IN SITU TEM TECHNIQUES

13.1 Coupling within the listed approaches
13.2 Coupling to other Structure and Property

CHAPTER 14
DATA HANDLING AND PROCESSING

14.1 Data Collection
14.2 Data Processing
14.3 Data Storage

CHAPTER 15
FUTURE DIRECTION OF IN SITU TEM TECHNIQUES

15.1 Future direction in Hardware
15.2 Future Direction in Software

CHAPTER 16
Summary

Appendix A: Glossary
Appendix B: List of Suppliers
Acknowledgements
References
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Khalid Hattar
Renu Sharma
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