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Xuong Nguyen Huu, Mark H Ellisman, Stuart Kleinfelder: Direct collection transmission electron microscopy. The Regents of the University of California August 28, 2007: US07262411 (7 worldwide citation)

A preferred method for transmission electron microscopy includes a step of generating a microscopy signal. The microscopy signal is then detected with an active pixel detector that includes a plurality of pixels. Each of the pixels includes at least one photodiode. Each pixel integrates an incident ...


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Liang Jin, Robert B Bilhorn, Xuong Nguyen Huu: Method of high-energy particle imaging by computing a difference between sampled pixel voltages. Direct Electron, The Regents of the University of California December 14, 2010: US07851764

A method of high-energy particle imaging by individual particle counting with an active pixel direct bombardment detector. The method includes the step of providing an active pixel direct bombardment detector including an array of pixels. Each pixel is characterized by a reset time constant. The met ...


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Xuong Nguyen Huu, Mark H Ellisman, Stuart Kleinfelder: Direct collection transmission electron microscopy. The Regents of the University of California August 3, 2006: US20060169901-A1

A preferred method for transmission electron microscopy includes a step of generating a microscopy signal. The microscopy signal is then detected with an active pixel detector that includes a plurality of pixels. Each of the pixels includes at least one photodiode. Each pixel integrates an incident ...


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Liang Jin, Robert B Bilhorn, Xuong Nguyen Huu: Method of high-energy particle imaging by computing a difference between sampled pixel voltages. September 23, 2010: US20100237252-A1

A method of high-energy particle imaging by individual particle counting with an active pixel direct bombardment detector. The method includes the step of providing an active pixel direct bombardment detector including an array of pixels. Each pixel is characterized by a reset time constant. The met ...



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