Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics features cutting-edge articles on the physics of electron devices (especially semiconductor devices), particle optics at high and low energies, microlithography, image science and digital image processing, electromagnetic wave propagation, electron microscopy, and the computing methods used in all these domains.

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Physicists, electrical engineers and applied mathematicians in all branches of image processing and microscopy as well as electron physics in general

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Chapter One. Early History of Wien Filters

1 Wilhelm Wien and his Wien Filter

2 Up to 1950s: Applications to a Part of Mass Analyzers

3 After the 1960s: The First Application to Electrons

4 A Brief History of the Theory of Wien Filters

5 About This Book

Chapter Two. Aberration Theory of the Wien Filter

1 Preliminary Remarks

2 Zeroth-Order Wien Filter

3 Stigmatic Wien Filters

4 Homogeneous Fields Wien Filters

5 First-order Wien Filters

6 Relativistic Charged Particle Paths in Wien Filters

Chapter Three. Wien Filter Instrumentation

1 Iron-free Coils

2 Generation of Quadrupole Fields

3 Double-Focus Wien Filter

4 Comments on the Wien Condition

5 Effect of Retarding Field

Chapter Four. Simulation of Multipole Wien Filters

1 Multipole Wien Filters

2 Previous Simulation Work on Multipole Wien Filters

3 Estimation of Voltages and Ampere-Turns

4 Simulation of an Equal-Arch, 8-Pole Wien Filter

5 Simulation of Equal-Arch, 12-Pole Wien Filter

6 Simulation of Different-Arch, 8-pole Wien Filter

7 A Different-Arch, 12-pole Wien filter

Chapter Five. Wien Filter Applications to Ions

1 Wien Filters as Independent Mass Analyzers

2 Double-Focusing Mass Spectrometers

3 Wien Filter in Accelerator Mass Spectrometry

4 Micro Wien Filters as Leak Detectors

5 Wien Filters for Radioactive Ions

6 Reaction Product Separators

7 Multiple Wien Filters

Chapter Six. Application of Wien Filters to Electrons

1 Monochromators and Analyzers

2 Beam Separator

3 Wien Spin Rotator

4 Wien Electron Phase Shifter

5 Wien Aberration Corrector

6 Wien Filter Without Dipoles<


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