By Jian Min Zuo, John C.H. Spence
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Considering that electrons are typically emitted from areas about the size of an atom, and the source dimension is much larger than an atom, most electron sources can be considered to be ideally incoherent, that is, to consist of a statistically independent close-packed array of emitters. For such an incoherent extended source, each atomic point-source point generates an independent interference pattern at the detector. What is recorded then is the sum of the intensities of the interference patterns generated by each independent source point.
Theoretical work on the dynamical theory with emphasis on the symmetry properties of the scattering was continued throughout the 1950s by researchers such as Niehrs, Fukahara, Fues, Howie and Whelan, Fujimoto, Miyake, Tournarie, Sturkey, and Cowley and Moodie. In 1957, K. Kambe, in his study of three-beam theory, showed that the intensity depends on a certain sum of three structure-factor phases (the three-phase invariant), which is independent of the choice of origin and so might be measured. Throughout the sixties, the CBED method was developed almost solely by Lehmpfuhl in Berlin, and by Goodman and Moodie in Melbourne using the unsatisfactory (but modiﬁable) instruments available to them.
34 2 Electron Waves and Wave Propagation For 0\s\so , we have the following two scenarios & dðtÞ À dðt þ sÞ ¼ 0; 0\t\so À s Dn À Dn þ 1 ; so À s\t\so This applies to every coherent period in the quasi-monochromatic wave. By summing up all coherent periods, we obtain the integral of Eq. 1 Nso : ; n¼0 0 ¼ expðÀixsÞ ¼ 1À 1 so so Às so Às Z dt 0 s expðÀixsÞ so ð2:40Þ for 0\s\so . Here, the second sum over the random phases averages to zero. Together, the above results show that the visibility of interference fringes jc12 ðsÞj decreases linearly with the delay time and disappears beyond the coherence time.
Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy: Imaging and Diffraction in Nanoscience by Jian Min Zuo, John C.H. Spence