Holographic imaging mode

16 Mar 2020

In holographic imaging mode, the electron beam encompasses the whole sample, forming a reference wave and an object wave. These waves then interfere with each other to form a hologram, which is recorded by a detector.

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Modified from M Cheung, H Adaniya, C Cassidy, M Yamashita, T Shintake. Low-energy in-line electron holographic imaging of vitreous ice-embedded small biomolecules using a modified scanning electron microscope. Ultramicroscopy, 209 (2020) 112883, Fig 2.

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