Electronic superposition of sample current and secondary‐electron images in Auger electron spectroscopy
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12.Sample images could, in principle, be obtained by monitoring the secondary‐electron current into the analyzer. This method of imaging is not practical in the present system because of the moderately large (4 mil) size of the primary‐electron beam spot, relative to the field of view (20 mil) of the Auger analyzer.
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