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Standard ID JY/T 011-1996 (JY/T011-1996)
Description (Translated English) General rules for transmission electron microscopy
Sector / Industry Education Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard N33
Word Count Estimation 10,134
Date of Issue 1997/1/23
Date of Implementation 1997/4/1
Drafting Organization The State Board of Education
Administrative Organization National Board of Education
Summary This standard specifies the method for routine analysis of transmission electron microscopy for high-pressure type, High-resolution type, Simple common type and transmission electron microscope (hereinafter referred to as TEM).

JY/T 011-1996
General rules for transmission electron microscopy
Approved by. State Education Commission
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Definitions ... 4
3 Principle... 4
4 Instruments ... 6
5 Specimen ... 8
6 Analytical procedures ... 8
7 Expression of analysis results ... 14
8 Safety precautions ... 14
The drafting format and method of this Standard complies with the requirements
of GB/T 1.1-1993 "Directives for the work of standardization - Unit 1. Drafting
and presentation of standards - Part 1. General rules for drafting standards"
and GB/T 1.4-88 "Directives for the work of standardization - rules for drafting
chemical analysis standards".
The drafting organization of this Standard. The State Education Commission.
Main drafters of this Standard. Zhang Datong and Wang Yongrui.
Participating drafters of this Standard. Wan Derui, Lin Chengyi and Zhou
General rules for transmission electron microscopy
1 Scope
This General Rules specify the conventional analytical method of transmission
electron microscopy; it is are applicable to high-voltage transmission electron
microscopy, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy, ordinary
transmission electron microscopy AND simple transmission electron
microscopy (hereinafter referred to as TEM).
2 Definitions
This Standard adopts the following definitions.
2.1 Resolution
TEM's capability that can clearly distinguish the minimum distance between two
object points and crystal faces.
2.2 Astigmatism
An image blurring that is caused by non-rotational symmetry of electromagnetic
lenses' magnetic field, in which the lenses have different focusing ability in
mutually perpendicular directions.
2.3 Electron diffraction
The effect whereby electron beams are scattered in crystals; only in the
direction of satisfying the Bragg's Law, are there emitting of diffracted beams
that are mutually reinforced.
3 Principle
The determinant of TEM imaging is the specimen scattering to incident electron,
including elastic scattering and inelastic scattering. When thin-specimen is
imaging, the un-scattered electrons shall constitute the background. However,
the image contrast depends on different scattering characteristics of each part
of the specimen to the electrons. Different experimental conditions shall
produce different image contrasts.
TEM can not only show the microstructure morphology of the specimen, but
3.2 Diffraction modality
If the specimen is crystal, its electron diffraction pattern shall be presented on
the focal plane of the objective lens. Change the current of intermediate lens to
make the image formed on the focal plane of the objective lens. The electron
diffraction pattern on the plane is enlarged by the intermediate lens and the
projector lens. Then the enlarged image of electron diffraction pattern shall be
obtained on the phosphor screen.
4 Instruments
4.1 Instrument structure
4.1.1 Lighting system
It is composed of electron gun and condenser. Electron gun provides stable
electron source of small size and emits high-brightness electron beams.
Condenser converges electron beams and irradiates the specimen.
4.1.2 Specimen room and imaging system
The specimen room is under the lighting system. Placed on the specimen holder,
the specimen can move or tilt within the specified range. Composed of objective
lens, intermediate lens and projector lens, the imaging system enlarges the
image and presents it on the phosphor screen.
4.1.3 Observing and recording system
The observing room is under the projector lens. The image on the phosphor
screen can be observed through windows. The photographic plate is placed
under the phosphor screen. When phosphor screen is erected, it shall expose
and record the image.
4.1.4 Other systems and accessories
Other systems and accessories include vacuum system, power system,
security system and cooling system. Some are equipped with scanning
accessories, micro diffraction apparatus, electron energy loss spectrometer
(EELS) and X-ray energy dispersive spectrometer (EDS), etc.
4.2 Technical indicators
6.2 Test preparation
6.2.1 Centering adjustment
Increase high voltage and filament current. After light spot appears on the
phosphor screen, center the lighting system and imaging system. Adjustment
of “current center” or “voltage center” shall be strictly in accordance with the
instructions for use.
6.2.2 Astigmatism calibration
Use the well-known specimens, for example, micro sieve. Observe the hole at
high magnification. Alternately adjust the focus of the objective lens and the
anastigmator. When the objective lens is under-focused or over-focused, the
uniform and clear Fresnel Fringes image shall be obtained at the edge of the
6.2.3 Magnification calibration
Because of hysteresis effect of electromagnetic lens, there are 5%~10% error
between the actual magnification and the reading value. If the magnification is
less than 50,000 times, use grating replica (2000 pcs/mm) with 50 nm fringe
space to calibrate. For greater magnification, use thin crystal with well-known
grating space to calibrate. Shoot photos of different magnifications and obtain
the calibration curve by calculation.
6.2.4 Camera constant calibration
Camera constant is the product of diffraction camera length L and wavelength
of the incident electron beams k. Because of uncertainty of the length of TEM
camera, it needs to use a gold polycrystalline thin film to calibrate.
6.2.5 Magnetic rotation calibration
In the selective-area, when diffraction modality is switched to imaging modality,
the change on excitation conditions of intermediate lens shall make the image
and the diffraction pattern rotate at different angles, comparing to the actual
orientation of specimen crystal. If the magnetic rotation of the image is Φi and
the magnetic rotation of the pattern is Φd. then the magnetic rotation of the
image to the pattern shall be Φ=Φi−Φd. Usually, it utilizes external features to
directly reflect the calibrated magnetic rotation of MOO3 thin crystal. Therefore,
it shall only need the calibration value of crystal rotation represented by the
diffraction pattern to represent the actual rotation of the crystal.
6.2.6 Specimen height calibration
During magnification calibration and selective-area diffraction, in order to
them coincide. Switch to diffraction modality. Pull out objective lens aperture.
The electron diffraction pattern, which reflects the crystallographic
characteristics of specimen in micro-area, can be obtained on phosphor screen.
For electron diffraction in selective-area, the size of selective-area is limited by
the effect of spherical aberration of objective lens and image focus error. For
high-resolution TEM, the diameter of minimum selective-area is about 1 µ. In
order to obtain smaller selective-area, it uses micro-diffraction techniques (µ
diffraction). In experiment, use scanning transmission operation mode, the
beam-spot diameter is reduced to less than 100 nm. The scope of micro-area
of specimen that participates in diffraction is limited by the beam-spot diameter.
6.4.3 Bright-field image and dark-field image of diffraction contrast
Usually, the analysis on bright-field imaging and dark-field imaging is always
combined with electron diffraction of selective-area, so as to determine the
phase's microscopic morphology, lattice type and parameters. If objective lens
aperture is used to block diffraction beams, and only transmission beams are
allowed to go through the aperture hole to imaging, then, the image obtained
shall be called bright-field image of diffraction contrast. If objective lens aperture
is used to block transmission beams and most of diffraction beams, and only
some diffraction beams are allowed to go through the aperture hole to imaging,
obviously, the area contributed to ......
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