DELMIC's in-house application specialists are experts in correlative and cathodoluminescence microscopes, and are continuously working together with scientists in various fields to develop leading innovations in microscopy.
Find here a collection of application notes, technical notes, white papers, and dissertations written by DELMIC's specialists.
Luminescence database for geological materials
Database of refractive indices
Widgets for calculating transition radiation and surface plasmon generation in a material
Electron interaction Monte Carlo simulator
Cathodoluminescence Microscopy of Inorganic Solids, B. G. Yacobi and D. B. Holt, Plenum Press (1990).
Cathodoluminescence in Geosciences, M. Pagel et al., Springer (2000).
Application of Cathodoluminescence Imaging to the Study of Sedimentary Rocks, S. Boggs jr. and David Krinsley, Cambridge University Press (2006).
Zircon, J. M. Hanchar and P.W.O. Hoskin, Rev. Mineral. and Geochem. 53 (2003) 1-500.
Cathodoluminescence microscopy: Optical imaging and spectroscopy with deep-subwavelength resolution, T. Coenen, B. J. M. Brenny, E. J. R. Vesseur, and A. Polman, MRS Bulletin 40, 359 (2015)
Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy imaging of surface plasmons at the nanometer scale, C. Colliex, O. Stephan, and M. Kociak, Ultramicroscopy, DOI:10.1016/j.ultramic.2015.11.012 (2015).
Angle-resolved cathodoluminescence nanoscopy, T. Coenen, University of Amsterdam (2014)
Electron beams set nanostructures aglow [PDF], Nature 493, 143 (2013)
Principles of nano-optics, L. Novotny, B. Hecht, Cambridge University Press (2012)
Electron beam imaging and spectroscopy of plasmonic nanoantenna resonances, E. J. R. Vesseur, Utrecht University (2011)
Optical excitations in electron microscopy, F. J. García de Abajo, Rev. Mod. Phys. 82, 209 (2010).
Cathodoluminescence plasmon microscopy [PDF], M. Kuttge, Utrecht University (2009)
Classical electrodynamics, J. D. Jackson, John Wiley and Sons (1999).