Bachman, C. H. and Ramo, Simon (1943) Electrostatic Electron Microscopy. III. Journal of Applied Physics, 14 (4). pp. 155-160. ISSN 0021-8979 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BACjap43c
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This article, the final one of a series on the design of electrostatic electron microscopes, contains a description of an instrument which illustrates the principles previously discussed. The microscope described is believed to be the first constructed with the object of providing the greatest of simplicity in construction, operation, and maintenance with the design parameters balanced to give a particular range of resolving power. The range chosen is about ten times the light microscope. The instrument is permanently aligned and utilizes external photography. The over-all size and weight of the instrument, as well as the number and complexity of components, are materially less than previously described instruments.
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