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Cathodoluminescence investigation of organic materials

Development of a Nanoprobe Cathodoluminescence Scanning Electron Microscope

Development of new TEM specimen holder for cathodoluminescence detection

Contrast analysis of dislocation images in TEM–cathodoluminescence technique

Nanoprobe cathodoluminescence scanning electron microscope as applied to synthesized diamond

Analysis of polarization by means of polarized cathodoluminescence spectroscopy in a TEM

Correlative cathodoluminescence and near-infrared fluorescence imaging for bridging from nanometer to millimeter scale bioimaging

Cathodoluminescence study of nonuniformity in hydride vapor phase epitaxy-grown thick GaN films

Cathodoluminescence scanning electron microscopy observations of (SrBaCa)TiO3 ceramic varistors

Development of high-resolution cathodoluminescence system for STEM and application to plasmonic nanostructures

Cathodoluminescence study of AlGaAs/GaAs multilayers grown on ridge‐type triangles on GaAs (111)A substrates

In-situ analysis of optoelectronic properties of twin boundaries in AlGaAs by polarized cathodoluminescence spectroscopy in a TEM

Structure and Dynamics of the Laacher See Magma Chamber (Eifel, Germany) from Major and Trace Element Zoning in Sanidine: a Cathodoluminescence and Electron Microprobe Study

Cathodoluminescence study of one-dimensional free-standing widegap-semiconductor nanostructures: GaN nanotubes, Si3N4 nanobelts and ZnS/Si nanowires

 

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The luminescence induced by the bombardment of minerals in polished thin section with electrons. The technique is particularly useful in the identification of mineral cements and overgrowths produced in successive episodes, or for distinguishing between particles and authigenic overgrowths. The particles and each separate generation of cement will be of slightly different chemical composition, and so will luminesce with slightly different colours. See quartz overgrowth.

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