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The Journal of Scanning Microscopies

Contents Volume 19, Number 2, March (1997)

Special Issue on Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy, Part II
Guest Editors Dale E. Newbury and Edward Griffith

Introduction

Original Papers

  • Development of Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy Electron Beam Profiling Imaging with Self-Assembled Monolayers and Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy
    S. Wight, G. Gillen, T. Herne


  • A New Correction Method for High-Resolution Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Analyses in the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope
    E. Doehne


  • Some Aspects of Optimizing Contrasts for the Investigation of Joint Materials in the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope
    H. Schnarr and M.W. Futing


  • The Effect of Some Instrument Operating Conditions on the X-Ray Microanalysis of Particles in the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope
    R. Carlton


  • Use of the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope for the Observation of the Swelling Behaviour of Cellulosic Fibres
    L. M. Jenkins and A.M. Donald


  • Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy Investigations of Biodeterioration
    R. Ray, B. Little, P. Wagner, K. Hart


  • Characterization of Polyox® Granules Using Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy
    R.A. Roberts, A.J. Shukla, T. Rice


  • Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy of Personal and Household Products
    K. Hoyberg


  • Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy Studies of Diffusion Mechanism of Boron Particle Combustion
    C.L. Yeh, K.K. Kuo, M. Klimkiewicz, P.W. Brown


  • In Situ Laser Heating in an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope
    A.H. Foitzik, M.W. Füting, G. Hillrichs, L-J. Herbst


  • Better Visualization Inside the Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope through the Infrared Chamberscope Coupled with a Mirror
    S. Wight