Best Reference Books – X-Ray Diffraction and Electron Microscopy

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on X-Ray Diffraction and Electron Microscopy subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on X-Ray Diffraction and Electron Microscopy along with reviews.

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1. “Elements of X-ray Crystallography” by L C Azaroff
2. “Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry” by F D Bloss
3. “Transmission Electron Microscopy of Materials” by G Thomas and M
T Goringe
4. “Electron Microscopy of Materials: An Introduction” by M V Heimendahl
5. “Introduction to Microscopy by Means of Light, Electrons, X Rays, or Acoustics (Languages and Information Systems)” by Theodore G Rochow and Paul A Tucker

“Introduction to Microscopy by Means of Light, Electrons, X Rays, or Acoustics (Languages and Information Systems)” Book Review: The book covers a variety of aspects of microscopy. It targets students and scientists across various domains. The book attempts to establish a relationship between newer emerging technologies of microscopy to the classic strategies. The book also employs and elucidates the concepts of light, electrons, x-rays and even acoustics as a means of microscopic technology.

6. “Strain and Dislocation Gradients from Diffraction: Spatially-Resolved Local Structure and Defects” by Rozaliya Barabash and Gene Ice

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“Strain and Dislocation Gradients from Diffraction: Spatially-Resolved Local Structure and Defects” Book Review: Concepts of strain and dislocation gradients with mesoscale resolution is the main idea of the book. It can be accessed by scientists involved in studies pertaining to the topic at hand. The book begins with classifying the defects with respect to their displacement fields. Further, the book proceeds to talk about the relationship between various dislocations and its influence on the reciprocal space and diffraction patterns. The book also accounts for the recent technological advances in the field of microdiffraction techniques.

7. “Electron-Photon Interaction in Dense Media” by Helmut Wiedemann

“Electron-Photon Interaction in Dense Media” Book Review: The book deals with both theoretical as well as experimental aspects of electron-photon interaction. The book is of importance to working engineers and students of graduate level courses. Properties and production of radiation are studied with an emphasis on x-ray production using channelling, transition and parametric X-ray. Radiation and X-ray pulses using sub-picosecond electron bunches are also covered. Micro-undulators and their scope in the future of X-ray technology is highlighted.

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8. “Electron Microscopy and X-ray Applications to Environmental and Occupational Health Analysis” by Philip A Russell and Alan E Hutchings
9. “X-Ray Diffraction: Structure, Principles and Applications (Materials Science and Technologies)” by Kaimin Shih

“X-Ray Diffraction: Structure, Principles and Applications (Materials Science and Technologies)” Book Review: The multi-facetted topic of X-ray diffraction is dealt with in this book. It is recommended to researchers carrying out studies in the field along with scientists. The contents of the book are covered in a total of 11 chapters. Single crystal XRD technique is studied with coordination polymers in detail. Rietveld refinement analysis for a variety of materials such as alloys, intermetallics, cements and ceramics is given special importance. Readers can also find numerous applications of XRD technique being elucidated such as structure determination with the help of electron crystallography and quantifying the state of residual stress.

10. “Time-resolved Diffraction (Oxford Series on Synchrotron Radiation)” by J R Helliwell and P M Rentzepis
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