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Published Books:

R.F. EgertonPhysical Principles of Electron Microscopy, 2nd edition 
(Springer, 2016) ISBN 978-3-319-39876-1 ; ISBN 978-3-319-39877-8 (eBook); DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-39877-8

R.F. EgertonElectron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy in the Electron Microscope, 3rd edition
(Springer, 2011) ISBN 978-1-4419-9582-7 , e-ISBN 978-1-4419-9583-4 , DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-9583-4

Selected Articles:   
See also DOWNLOADABLE ARTICLES at the bottom of this list and EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS in the left column. 
For a complete list of publications up to 2012, see EGERTON_PUBLICATIONS.PDF at the bottom of this page.

C.J. Russo and R.F. Egerton, Electron beam damage: lessons from cryoEM for material science and a critical consideration for the future.  MRS Bulletin 44 (2019) 935-941. For final manuscript, submitted Sept. 2019, see downloadable articles.

R.F. Egerton and Hui Qian, Exploiting the dose-rate dependence of radiolysis: a future for cryo-STEM?. Microsc. Microanal. 25 (Suppl. 2) 992-993. 

R.F. Egerton, Radiation damage to organic and inorganic specimens in the TEM. Micron 119 (2019) 72-87. For final manuscript, submitted Nov. 2018, see downloadable articles.

Hui Qian and Ray F. Egerton, Solid-state nanopores of controlled geometry fabricated in a transmission electron microscope, Appl. Phys. Lett. 111 (2017) 193106.

R.F. Egerton, Calculation, consequences and measurement of the point spread function for low-loss inelastic scattering, Microscopy (2018) i52-i59,  doi: 10.1093/jmicro/dfx089 (Oxford University Press).

R.F. EgertonScattering delocalization and radiation damage in STEM-EELSUltramicroscopy 180 (2017) 115-124.

R.F. EgertonOutrun radiation damage with electrons? Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging 1 (2015) 5 , doi:10.1186/s40679-014-0001-3 , www.ascimaging.com/content/1/1/5.

R.F. Egerton, Vibrational-loss EELS and the avoidance of radiation damage, Ultramicroscopy 159 (2015) 95-100.

R.F. Egerton, T. Konstantinova and Y. ZhuAnalysis of Beam-Sensitive Materials by Electrons and X-rays Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics (Elsevier), ed. M Berz, PM Duxbury and C-Y Ruan, vol. 191 (2015) 70 - 80.

R.F. EgertonProspects for Vibrational-Mode EELS with High Spatial Resolution Microscopy & Microanalysis 20 (2014) 658 - 663.

R.F. EgertonChoice of operating voltage for a transmission electron microscope Ultramicroscopy 145 (2014) 85 - 93.

Ray EgertonA Modest Proposal for the Propagation of Information Concerning Radiation Damage in the TEM, 
and as Fodder for Pasturized Professors. 
Microscopy Today November (2013) 10 - 11.

R.F. EgertonBeam-induced motion of adatoms in the TEM. Microscopy & Microanalysis 19 (2013) 479 - 486.

R.F. EgertonControl of radiation damage in the TEM. Ultramicroscopy 127 (2013) 100-108.

R.F. Egerton, Mechanisms of radiation damage in beam-sensitive specimens, for TEM accelerating voltages between 10 and 300 kV. Microscopy Research & Technique 75 (2012) 1550-1556.

R.F. Egerton, S. Lazar and M. LiberaDelocalized radiation damage in polymers. Micron 43 (2012) 2-7.

R.F. EgertonElectron energy-loss spectroscopy in the TEM. Rep. Prog. Phys. 72 (2009) 016502 (25pp).

R.F. Egerton, F. Wang, M. Malac, M.S. Moreno and F. Hofer Fourier-ratio deconvolution and its Bayesian equivalent. Micron 39 (2008) 642-647.

R.F. EgertonLimits to the spatial, energy and momentum resolution of electron energy-loss spectroscopy. Ultramicroscopy 107 (2007) 575-586.

Ray F. EgertonFeng Wang and Peter A. CrozierBeam-induced damage to thin specimens in an intense electron probe. Microscopy and Microanalysis 12 (2006) 65-71.

R.F. EgertonHui Qian and Marek MalacImproving the energy resolution of x-ray and electron energy-loss spectra. Micron 37 (2006) 310-315.

R.F. Egerton, P. Li and M. MalacRadiation damage in the TEM and SEM. Micron 35 (2004) 399-409.

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