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3 '4 CONVERGENT BEAK ELECTRON DIFFRACTION In addition to selected area diffraction (SAD) as performed in conventional TEM, modern AEMs are also capable of one or more microdiffraction techniques . The most powerful and frequently used microdiffraction technique is convergent beam electron diffraction (CBED). In this technique, a focussed and convergent beam is placed on the specimen at the point of interest. The resulting diffraction 18 I. MICROBEAM TECHNIQUES AND IMAGING METHODS FIGURE 5 [Ill] zone axis CBED patterns in Si.
X-rays cause low thermal loading. Materials which may"be thermally degraded or which contain volatile components can be analyzed. X-RAY MICROSCOPY High resolution x-ray imaging (x-ray microscopy) may be defined as the process of recording x-ray beams (or the secondary emissions they produce) which are spatially modulated by the materials under study, with resolutions of 10 Ilm or less. Low to medium energy x-rays «50 keV) are typically used in order to maintain high contrast and resolution. Until recently, most applications of x-ray microscopy have involved biological specimens.