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Although grain boundary films commonly occur in ceramics, most studies on barium titanates by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) failed to demonstrate.
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by H Jang1992Cited by 21An experimental method to obtain the grain boundary geometry using the transmission electron microscope is presented. The method allows Σ determination ...
Here are a few transmission electron microscope (TEM) pictures of grain boundaries in silicon (Si) that I took around 1980. ...
by ÁK KissCited by 8A new approach to the measurement of the local thickness and characterization of grain boundaries is presented. The method is embodied in a software tool that ...
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by JL Lábár2012Cited by 3A method is presented here for complete geometrical characterization of grain boundaries, based on measurement of thin films in the TEM.
by M Kivambe2011Cited by 7In this work, dislocations localised in the vicinity of a sub-grain boundary (mis-orientation ) are studied in detail by transmission electron microscopy in ...
Grain boundaries are also called crystalline grain boundaries. シリコン多結晶の高分解能HAADF-STEM像. High-resolution HAADF- ...
by PY Huang2010Cited by 2048Figure 1b shows an ADF-STEM image of the crystal lattice within a single graphene grain. Away from the grain boundaries, such regions are defect-free.
by M Rühle1982Cited by 7TEM observations and diffraction studies obtained at grain boundaries (GB) in ceramic oxides are reviewed. For cubic oxides (e.g. MgO,.
A grain boundary is the interface between two grains, or crystallites, in a polycrystalline material. Grain boundaries are 2D ...

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