Kirkland, Angus and Hutchison, John L (2007) Nanocharacterisation. In: Nanocharacterisation. The Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 1-27. ISBN 978-0-85404-241-8
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Chemical characterisation techniques have been essential tools in underpinning the explosion in nanotechnology in recent years and nanocharacterisation is a rapidly developing field. Contributions in this book from leading teams across the globe provide an overview of the different microscopic techniques now in regular use for the characterisation of nanostructures. Essentially a handbook to all working in the field this indispensable resource provides a survey of microscopy based techniques with experimental procedures and extensive examples of state of the art characterisation methods including: " Transmission Electron Microscopy " Electron Tomography " Tunneling Microscopy " Electron Holography " Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy This timely publication will appeal to academics, professionals and anyone working fields related to the research and development of nanocharacterisation and nanotechnology.
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|Subjects:||Material Science > Nanostructured materials|
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