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Magnetically filtered low‐loss scanning electron microscopy
1.The idea of the low‐loss image was proposed by D. McMullan, Proc. IEE Pt. II 100, 245 (1953). “…the beam from the specimen could be restricted to the electrons which have lost only small amounts of energy and which have therefore travelled only short distances through the specimen.”
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