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References on convergent-beam diffraction

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Contents: General book Specific topics I Specific topics II Eades articles

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References on convergent-beam diffraction General book There is good basic information in Transmission Electron Microscopy D. B. Williams and C. B. Carter Plenum New York, 1996

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Specific topics I More detailed information on specific topics is to be found in: Electron Microdiffraction J. C, H. Spence and J. M. Zuo Plenum, New York, 1992 Large-Angle Convergent-Beam Electron Diffraction (LACBED) J-P Morniroli Societe Francaise des Microscopies, Paris, 2002 The atlas of convergent beam patterns from Bristol is: Convergent Beam Electron Diffraction of Alloy Phases The Bristol Group (Compiled by J. Mansfield) Adam Hilger, Bristol, 1984 and the supplement (which includes an erratum list for the book) is The Library of Convergent Beam Electron Diffraction Update: No 1. J. F. Mansfield, Y. P. Lin and R. J. Graham Norelco Reporter: Electron Optics 33 1986 54-66

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Specific topics II The other major group on convergent-beam diffraction is the group of Michiyoshi Tanaka at Sendai, Japan. They have produced a series of excellent books: Convergent-Beam Electron Diffraction M. Tanaka and M. Terauchi JEOL, Tokyo, 1985 Convergent-Beam Electron Diffraction II M. Tanaka, M. Terauchi and T. Kaneyama JEOL, Tokyo, 1988 Convergent-Beam Electron Diffraction III M. Tanaka, M. Terauchi and K. Tsuda JEOL, Tokyo, 1994 Convergent-Beam Electron Diffraction IV M. Tanaka, M. Terauchi, K. Tsuda and K. Saitoh JEOL, Tokyo, 2002

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Review article on the basics: Convergent-Beam Diffraction J. A. Eades A chapter in "Electron Diffraction Techniques Volume 1", ed. J. M. Cowley, International Union of Crystallography and Oxford University Press(Oxford) 1992 pp 313-359 This two-volume set make a very good place to start on all electron diffraction topics. References The books listed above contain many detailed references to research papers. I would draw attention to three tutorial papers of my own, which try to provide a clear introduction to some topics: Symmetry determination: 'Symmetry Determination by Convergent-beam Diffraction' J. A. Eades EUREM 88; IOP Conf. Series 93 (1988) Vol. 1, 3-12 'Glide Planes and Screw Axes in Convergent-beam Diffraction: The Standard Procedure' J. A. Eades Microbeam Analysis 1988 (D. E. Newbury Ed.) (1988) 75-80 The Tanaka method (though, of course, there is a lot on this topic in his books): 'Zone-Axis Patterns by the 'Tanaka' Method' J. A. Eades J. Electron Microscopy Technique (1984) 1, 279-284.

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