E. Lifshin (editor)'s Characterization of Materials PDF

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1965). }s is dominant. It represents a damped sinusoid with depth period l/ar; the envelope disappears at the back surface where z2 ^ 0. If sin a > 0, the first extremum will be a maximum, and hence the first fringe will be bright. For s i n a < 0 the first fringe will be a dark fringe. At the exit face the term in sinh (In^z^ is large since now z±~z§ and z2 ^ 0. This term again represents a damped sinusoid. The first extremum, which now corresponds with the last fringe, is either a maximum or a minimum depending on the sign of sin a, but it is different for JT and 7S.

This term represents fringes which are parallel with the central line of the pattern. e. for 2 sinh (2 n a{z0)> tan (a/2) and a = 27i/3, the dominant behavior of the fringe pattern is described by the third terms which are pseudo-periodic with depth period l/crr (Fig. 1-24). -6 -5 -A -3 -2 -1 | 1 2 3 A 5 6 AAAAAAAAAAA Figure 1-24. , 1965). }s is dominant. It represents a damped sinusoid with depth period l/ar; the envelope disappears at the back surface where z2 ^ 0. If sin a > 0, the first extremum will be a maximum, and hence the first fringe will be bright.

1-107): (l/t g )-> (l/tg) + (i/i g ). We note that a, defined in Eq. (1-53), now also becomes complex: G = <7r + i Ox r J 7rtg (1-112) Since t g ^> t g , we can neglect the quantities of <^ of and 1/ig <^ \jt2 and write to a good approximation: (1-113) with Gi-r = Giz. and similarly (neglecting in the coefficients l/Tg«l/tg) : exp (7i o"i z) eVr (1-116) It is clear from these expression that ij/T and ^ s both result from the interference between two beams differing slightly in 38 1 Electron Diffraction and Transmission Electron Microscopy wave vector; for the transmitted beam these are (1-117) and and for the scattered beam S + (7r K + g + —— e and (1-118) The beating of these waves causes the periodic variation in depth of the intensities of the transmitted and scattered beam.

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