Atomic‐level details are easily resolved in the latest generation of intermediate voltage electron microscopes, but structural information on the same scale can only be extracted under certain specific conditions. Some understanding of imaging theory, as well as an awareness of correct operating conditions, is required for reliable image interpretation. Several representative examples are chosen to illustrate the possibilities for atomic‐resolution imaging of materials, and perspectives and outlook for the technique are briefly discussed.
- Intermediate voltage
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