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AtomProbe Field Ion Microscopy. Preface 1. Introduction 2. Field ion emission 3. Instrumentations and techniques 4. Applications to surface science Selected topics in applications References Index. 3. View via Publisher. Scientists are always pushing to new frontiers, which often involve questions about phenomena that occur on very large or very small scales.
Both the field-ion microscope and the field-emission microscope are projection microscopes, in which the image is formed by radiation originating from a sharply pointed specimen . T. Tsong and E. W. Müller, J. Chem.
Both the field-ion microscope and the field-emission microscope are projection microscopes, in which the image is formed by radiation originating from a sharply pointed specimen and diverging from i. . CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 27. Müller, 12th Field-Emission Symposium, Pennsylvania State Univer-sity, University Park, P. 1965. 28. D. S. Boudreaux and P. H. Cutler, 12th Field-Emission Symposium, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, P. 29. M. J. Southon and D. G. Brandon, Phil.
An enrichment in the field electron emission (FE) properties in terms of threshold and turn on fields of.Numerical simulations are important when assessing the many characteristics of field emission related phenomena
An enrichment in the field electron emission (FE) properties in terms of threshold and turn on fields of Bi2Se3 and Ni doped Bi2Se3 nanostructures were. Towards a route map for field electron emitter theory. Numerical simulations are important when assessing the many characteristics of field emission related phenomena. In small simulation domains, the electrostatic effect from the boundaries is known to influence the calculated apex field enhancement factor (FEF) of the emitter, but no established dependence has been reported at present.
Atom-Probe Field Ion Microscopy. This book has been cited by the following publications. Chen, Chong-lin and Tsong, Tien T. 1991. Self-diffusion on the reconstructed and nonreconstructed Ir(110) surfaces
Atom-Probe Field Ion Microscopy. Field Ion Emission, and Surfaces and Interfaces at Atomic Resolution. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Chen, Chonglin and Tsong, Tien T. 1990. Structure transformation of Ir clusters on Ir surfaces. Applied Physics A Solids and Surfaces, Vol. 51, Issue. Self-diffusion on the reconstructed and nonreconstructed Ir(110) surfaces.
Field Emission and Related Topics. December 1978 · Physics Bulletin. Paul H Cutler and Tien T Tsong Amsterdam: North Holland 1978 pp xii + 702 price £8. 5 The first book reflects well the increasing application of field ionisation and especially field desorption mass-spectrometry in organic chemistry that has occurred since publication of the author's earlier book. Experimental aspects of the techniques are well described, with a wide range of well-chosen.
Atom-probe field ion microscopy is currently the only technique capable of imaging solid surfaces with atomic resolution, and at the same time of chemically analyzing surface atoms selected by the observer from the field ion image. This book presents the basic principles of atom-probe field ion microscopy and illustrates the various capabilities of the technique in the study of solid surfaces and interfaces at atomic resolution.
Field ion microscopy, field ionization and field evaporation. ted field ion emission from metal and semiconductor surfaces: A time-of-flight study of the formation of atomic, molecular, and cluster ions. Progress in surface science 4, 1-139, 1974.
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In 2016, the IFES has decided to honor these key contributors by creating the award Fellow of the International Field Emission Society to recognize their exceptional contributions. and related phenomena. Many have also undertaken distinguished service to the IFES.
University of Michigan. Enhanced field emission and breakdown near the contact between metal and dielectric. We report a theoretical analysis of the cooling effect due to field emission from n-type PbTe, a typical thermoelectric material. We show that, by calculating the average energies of field and replacement electrons, the energy exchange in field emission from n-type PbTe always produces cooling. The resultant heat loss leads to cooling of up to a few tenths of an electron volt per field emitted electron.