(2005). Electron driven process: scientific challenges and technological opportunities.
In: Whelan, C.T. and Mason, N.J. eds.
Electron scattering: from atoms, molecules, nuclei and bulk matter.
Physics of Atoms and Molecules.
Springer, pp. 179–190.
Book description: Topics that are covered include electron scattering in the scanning TEM; basic theory of inelastic electron imaging; study of confined atoms by electron excitation; helium bubbles created in extreme pressure with application to nuclear safety; lithium ion implantation; electron and positron scattering from clusters; electron scattering from physi- and chemi-absorbed molecules on surfaces; coincidence studies; electron scattering from biological molecules; electron spectroscopy as a tool for environmental science; electron scattering in the presence of intense fields; electron scattering from astrophysical molecules; electon interatctions an detection of x-ray radiation.
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