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Microscopic Methods in Metals

Author: Ulrich Gonser
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1986.
Series: Topics in current physics, 40.
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Methods of scientific investigation can be divided into two categories: they are either macroscopic or microscopic in nature. The former are generally older, classical methods where the sample as a whole is studied and various local prop erties are deduced by differentiation. The microscopic methods, on the other hand, have been discovered and developed more recently, and they operate for the most part on an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ulrich Gonser
ISBN: 9783642465710 3642465714 9783540162513 3540162518
OCLC Number: 851800098
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 457 pages 253 illustrations).
Contents: 1. Concerning Methods --
1.1 Descriptive Methods --
1.2 Abbreviated Methods --
1.3 Name-Tag Methods --
2. Scanning Acoustic Microscopy --
2.1 Principle of Scanning Acoustic Microscopy (SAM) --
2.2 The Image Contrast of Solids in the Reflection Scanning Acoustic Microscope; V(z)-Curves --
2.3 Examples of Practical Applications of Reflection Scanning Acoustic Microscopy --
2.4 Outlook --
References27 --
3. High-Resolution Electron Microscopy --
3.1 Background --
3.2 Basic Principles of High-Resolution Electron Microscopy --
3.3 Applications --
3.4 Outlook --
References --
4. Field Ion Microscopy --
4.1 Principles and Techniques --
4.2 Illustrative FIM Studies --
References --
5. X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction --
5.1 Diffraction of Neutrons and X-Rays by Poly- and Non-Crystalline Alloys --
5.2 Experimental Techniques --
5.3 Applications --
References --
6. Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure --
6.1 Theory --
6.2 Experimental Techniques --
6.3 Analysis --
6.4 Experimental Applications --
References --
7. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy --
7.1 Historical --
7.2 Basic Principles --
7.3 Related Methods --
7.4 Applications --
7.5 Recent Developments --
References --
8. Auger Electron Spectroscopy --
8.1 History --
8.2 Principles --
8.3 The Instrument --
8.4 Related Methods --
8.5 Applications --
8.6 Future Developments --
References --
9. Positron Annihilation --
9.1 Background --
9.2 Basic Principles --
9.4 Applications --
9.5 Conclusions and Outlook --
References --
10. Muon Spectroscopy --
10.1 Basic Principles of the Experimental Techniques --
10.2 The Depolarization Functions --
10.3 Diffusion Studies by?+ SR --
10.4 Magnetic Studies by?+ SR --
10.5 Conclusions --
References --
11. Perturbed Angular Correlation --
11.1 Background --
11.2 Principles --
11.3 Detection of Hyperfine Fields --
11.4 Radioactive Probes, Preparation and Techniques --
11.5 Applications --
11.6 Future Developments and Conclusions --
References --
12. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance --
12.1 Introductory Comments --
12.2 Physical Background of an NMR Experiment --
Hyperfine Interactions --
12.3 Basic NMR Experiment --
Principles and Setup --
12.4 NMR Outputs --
Microscopic Origin --
12.5 Applications --
Structural Investigations --
12.7 Conclusion and Outlook --
References --
13. Mössbauer Spectroscopy --
13.1 History --
13.2 Principles --
13.3 Mössbauer Isotopes --
13.4 Methodology --
13.5 Hyperfine Interactions --
13.5.1 Isomer Shift --
13.6 Relativistic Effects --
13.7 Time-Dependent Effects --
13.8 Applications --
13.9 Outlook --
References --
Additional References with Titles.
Series Title: Topics in current physics, 40.
Responsibility: edited by Ulrich Gonser.

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Methods of scientific investigation can be divided into two categories: they are either macroscopic or microscopic in nature. Glancing through the shelves of books on the various scientific fields,  Read more...

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