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Cutting edge introductory info re: field emission microscopy and imaging methods

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physicsartist
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Feb8-12, 01:48 PM
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Folks,

I'm self-taught and am currently trying to get up to date about the newest developments in field-emission microscopy and other methods of imaging sub-atomic structures. I'm able to follow (though just barely) Mikhailovskij et al.'s 2009 paper in Physical Review showing electron orbitals in a carbon atom from graphene, but I understand that reliable (and one assumes, replicable) developments in the methodology have potentially now outstripped the methods in that paper.

Could someone please recommend resources I could look at that will help me to follow and come further up to date with this, short of my enrolling in a graduate program?--something a little bit beyond a layperson's approach (although I won't object to that either) but not too much more.

Many thanks!
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physicsartist
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May16-12, 10:38 AM
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Hi Spinnor,

Thanks for the links and sorry for the delay in response. What I was looking for was something more along the lines of 1-2 academic review article(s) but pitched for lay-people, rather than having to go through ArXiv tables of contents and lists of links which might or might not result in read-able (by me) papers. Any thoughts?

thanks!

Spinnor
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May18-12, 08:37 PM
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Cutting edge introductory info re: field emission microscopy and imaging methods

This is a more focused Google search,

"Field-ion microscopy: Recent advances",

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...iw=975&bih=439


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