Scanning Electron Probe Microanalysis
AbstractScanning electron probe microanalysis has grown over the pastthree decades into a powerful technique for the microchemicalcharacterisation of materials. This paper describes the principles andvarious features of a typical microanalyser, and illustrates its uniquecapabilities in the study of materials by means of selected case histories.
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