Photonics Dictionary

high-voltage electron microscope

An imaging device whose technology contributes three specific advantages: ability to study large solid specimens that exhibit behavior in bulk; conduction of in situ studies of radiation damage; and sufficient experimental area inside the microscope to allow the creation of miniature laboratory environments to facilitate the study of material behavior by direct observation under high magnification.
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