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13.References 11 and 12 together with the review by H. Raether [in Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, edited by G. Hohler (Springer‐Verlag, Berlin, 1965), Vol. 38] comprise a fairly comprehensive survey of the electron monochromator literature to 1967.
13.The field is still very active; see, for example, D. E. Golden and A. Zecca [Rev. Sci. Instr. 42, 210 (1971)],
13.D. Roy and J. D. Carette [Rev. Sci. Instr. 42, 776 (1971)]
13.and S. Askela [Rev. Sci. Instr. 42, 810 (1971)]. However, the highest‐current high‐resolution monochromators are apparently still those reported by H. Boersch and by Kuyatt and Simpson as discussed in Ref. 12.
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