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By Eric Stach
Materials Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
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16 Nov 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
I am a graduate student and I feel that its the best way to learn the TEM fundamentals. Right at the time when I was worried about self learning using the Williams Carter (Voloumnous)text, this course came in handy.
Prof. Stach is an excellent teacher who delivers concepts with clarity and more importantly with simple explanations. I would strongly recommend any graduate mat.sci to take this course.
I most enjoyed Lecture 2 on electron properties in which Prof quotes dual nature of electrons as MAGIC. Also worth mentioning are 9 and 10 on Diffraction (Contrast Imaging).
I am proceeding to the advance course also.
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