Publication
Title
High resolution electron tomography
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Abstract
Reaching atomic resolution in 3D has been the ultimate goal in the field of electron tomography for many years. Significant progress, both on the theoretical as well as the experimental side has recently resulted in several exciting examples demonstrating the ability to visualise atoms in 3D. In this paper, we will review the different steps that have pushed the resolution in 3D to the atomic level. A broad range of methodologies and practical examples together with their impact on materials science will be discussed. Finally, we will provide an outlook and will describe future challenges in the field of high resolution electron tomography.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Current opinion in solid state and materials science. - London
Publication
London : 2013
ISSN
1359-0286
Volume/pages
17:3(2013), p. 107-114
ISI
000323869800003
Full text (Publisher's DOI)
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UAntwerpen
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External links
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Creation 29.08.2013
Last edited 11.07.2017
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