The context of the question is an electron microscope. Can someone explain me the difference between secondary electron gain and secondary electron yield?
When an electron incident on a material what is the interaction between electron and material? The question is about SEM (Scanning electron microscope). So, the electrons beam will interact ...
I was referring Electron microscopes and read that the electrons have wavelength way less than that of visible light. But, the question I can't find an answer was that, If gamma radiation has the ...
is it possible to either demonstrate the principle or make a SEM ( electron microscope ) at home or lab as an enthusiast?? and how can i start?
Scaling an electron microscope to fit within 1 cubic cm when running multiple parallel scans [closed]
Yes, I'm serious. What components correspond to an individual scan vrs what components can be cascaded across all objects? Ex: The vacuum chamber can be cascaded ( colocate the sample chambers ...