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Volume 24


Numbe 3 Number


20 Ma


16 May


Feature Article


12 A New Cathodoluminescence System for Nanoscale Optics, Materials Science, and Geology T. Coenen, S. V. den Hoedt, and A. Polman


Contents Electron Microscopy


20 Image Contrast in Energy-Filtered BSE Images at Ultra-Low Accelerating Voltages Yoichiro Hashimoto, Atsushi Muto, Eric Woods, Todd Walters, and David C. Joy


26 Combined Tilt- and Focal-Series Tomography for HAADF-STEM Tim Dahmen, Holger Kohr, Andrew R. Lupini, Jean-Pierre Baudoin, Christian Kübel, Patrick Trampert, Philipp Slusallek, and Niels de Jonge


Focused Ion Beam Technology


32 Xe+ Plasma FIB: 3D Microstructures from Nanometers to Hundreds of Micrometers T. L. Burnett, B. Winiarski, R. Kelley, X. L. Zhong, I. N. Boona, D. W. McComb, K. Mani, M. G. Burke, and P. J. Withers


Light Microscopy


40 Exploring the Depths: Matching Light Microscopy Techniques to Applications Samuel Bonfi g and Alec De Grand


About the Cover Scanning Probe Microscopy


44 High-Resolution Nanochemical Mapping of Soft Materials Martin Wagner and Thomas Mueller


52 Preparation of Stainless Steel Surfaces for Scanning Probe Microscopy Alexander D. Warren, Ana I. Martinez-Ubeda, Oliver D. Payton, Loren Picco, and Tom B. Scott


Pioneers


Cathodoluminescence imaging of quartz. Clockwise from upper left: CL grayscale image, CL image at 450 nm, CL image at 600 nm, and blue-on-red composite image. Image width = 350 µm.


See article by Coenen et al.


56 Pioneers in Optics: Tycho Brahe Eric Clark


Departments


7 Editorial 8 Carmichael’s Concise Review


58 Industry News 60 Product News


62 NetNotes 66 Calendar of Meetings 73 Dear Abbe 74 Index of Advertisers


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