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Transmission Electron Microscopy: A Textbook for Materials Science
One of the perks of being associated with Indiana University is that IU people can download individual chapters of the 2nd edition of Transmission Electron Microscopy by D.W. Williams and C.B. Carter from Springer Publishing. This link needs to be accessed from a computer known to be authorized as part of the IU system.
The Electron Microscopy Center (EMC) has also posted the first ten chapters (all of Part 1) on our website for members of the IU community (and only the IU community):
- Chapter 1: The Transmission Electron Microscope
- Chapter 2: Scattering and Diffraction
- Chapter 3: Elastic Scattering
- Chapter 4: Inelastic Scattering and Beam Damage
- Chapter 5: Electron Sources
- Chapter 6: Lenses, Apertures and Resolution
- Chapter 7: How to 'See' Electrons
- Chapter 8: Pumps and Holders
- Chapter 9: The Instrument
- Chapter 10: Specimen Preparation
- Index to the entire book
For anyone unfamiliar with this book, even though it is geared towards the materials science community, it is quite readable and a great resource (especially Part 1) for anyone wanting to learn about electron microscopy.