USING CONVENTIONAL AND IN SITU TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TECHNIQUES TO UNDERSTAND NANOSCALE CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

Bethany M. Hudak
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a powerful tool for studying solidstate crystalline systems. With the advances in aberration correction, monochromation, and in situ capabilities, these microscopes are now more useful for addressing fundamental materials chemistry problems than ever before. This dissertation will illustrate the ways in which I have been using high-resolution imaging and in situ heating in the TEM during my Ph.D. research to investigate unique solid state chemistry questions. This dissertation will focus...
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