Special Issue "New Progress on Electron Microscopies for Characterizing Microstructures"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 July 2020) | Viewed by 4620
Interests: deformation of materials; physics of materials; metallurgy; microscopies; in-situ deformation testing coupled with diffraction techniques and with electron microscopies
Mechanical tests followed by microstructural investigations bring valuable information for understanding the mechanical performance of materials. Electron microscopy is one of the most important techniques for analyzing deformation microstructures. Two kinds of electron microscopes bring complementary information: at the macro/meso-scopic scale, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and at micro/nano-scale, transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
Following the breakthroughs in materials science, the constant improvement of electron microscopy techniques tend to make them essential for bringing valuable information to understand the mechanical behavior of materials. This Special Issue aims to report some of the significant progress in the field of electron microscopy. Articles will cover major aspects of materials science: the development of revolutionary electron microscopy techniques, fundamental physical phenomena and of course their applications in materials science.
Dr. Antoine GUITTON
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- Microstructure characterization
- Plasticity of materials
- Mechanical behavior
- Deformation mechanisms
- Development of electron microscopy techniques
- Fundamental physical phenomena