The Growth of Electron Microscopy, Volume 96

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Print ISBN: 9780120147380
eBook ISBN: 9780080577623
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 3rd July 1996
Page Count: 885
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As a complement to The Beginnings of Electron Microscopy, Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics is pleased to present Volume 96, The Growth of Electron Microscopy. This comprehensive collection of articles surveys the accomplishments of various national groups that comprise the International Federation of Societies of Electron Microscopy (IFSEM).


Researchers in electrical engineering, optical science and technology, materials science, image processing, and mechanical engineering.

Table of Contents

IFSEM: V.E. Cosslett, Early History of the International Federation of Societies for Electron Microscopy. A.B. Maunsbach and G. Thomas, IFSEM 1995: Objectives, Organization, and Functions. Some Individual Societies: P.S. Turner and M. Vesk, Electron Microscopy in Australia. E.M. Horl, The Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy. H. Grumm and P. Schiske, Reminiscences of Walter Glaser. D. Van Dyck, Electron Microscopy in Belgium.G.T. Simon and F.W. Doane, The History of Electron Microscopy in Canada. Electron Microscopy in France: F. Haguenau, Early Findings in the Life Sciences. B. Jouffrey, The Development for Physics and Materials Science. H. Niedrig, The Early History of Electron Microscopy in Germany. G. Schimmel, The History of the German Society for Electron Microscopy. J. Heydenreich, H. Luppa, A. Recknagel, and D. Stiller, Electron Microscopy in the Former German Democratic Republic. S. Viragh and A. Csanady, The Hungarian Group for Electron Microscopy. U. Valdre, Electron Microscopy in Italy. The Growth of Electron Microscopy in Japan: K. Yada, Introduction. B. Tadano, The 37th Subcommittee of the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, 1939–1947. K. Yada, History of Electron Microscopes at Tohoku University. A. Fukami, K. Adachi, and K. Asakura, Development of Electron Microscopes at Tokyo Imperial University. K. Kanaya, Development of Electron Microscopes at the Electrotechnical Laboratory. K. Ura, Early Electron Microscopes at Osaka University, 1934–1945. Electron Microscopy in the Netherlands: W. van Iterson, Earliest Developments. P. Kruit, F.W. Schapink, J.W. Geus, A.J. Verkleij, and C.E. Hultstaert, Developments since the 1950s. A.B. Maunsbach and B.A. Afzelius, The Development of Electron Microscopy in Sc


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