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PM-04Electron Holographic Observation of Secondary Electrons between Insulating Materials

Secondary ionization and heating by fast electrons

Electron holography on dynamic motion of secondary electrons around sciatic nerve tissues

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From the physics of secondary electron emission to image contrasts in scanning electron microscopy†

Noise in secondary electron emission: the low yield case

Mechanism for secondary electron dopant contrast in the SEM

Radio synchrotron emission from secondary electrons in interaction-powered supernovae

Simulation of secondary electron yields from thin metal foils after fast proton impact

Secondary Electron Detection Efficiency for Magnetic Lenses with a Retarding Electrostatic Field

Visualization of the cytostome in Trypanosoma cruzi by high resolution field emission scanning electron microscopy using secondary and backscattered electron imaging

Modelling and observations of electron beam charging of an insulator/metal bilayer and its impact on secondary electron images in defect inspection equipment

Angular distributions of absorbed dose of Bremsstrahlung and secondary electrons induced by 18-, 28- and 38-MeV electron beams in thick targets

Dose Equivalent Per Unit Fluence near the Surface of the ICRU Phantom by Including the Secondary Electron Transport for Photons

Magnification and scanning time dependence of secondary electron image contrast of ferroelectric domains in aged triglycine sulphate crystal

A possible correlation between the high-energy electron spectrum and the cosmic ray secondary-to-primary ratios


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An electron emitted from a solid as a result of the impact of another electron. If the energy of the incident primary electron is sufficient, more than one secondary electron ...

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