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Synklysmotron lenses—A new electron-optical correcting system

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This electron-lens system, working in an inverse principle of multicavity-klystron operation at centimeter wavelengths, exhibits diverging lens properties. It can, therefore, be very advantageously used in tandem with the conventional electron lenses of a high-resolution electron microscope in order to correct the spherical abberation of the objective lens (particularly), which is inherently a converging lens. It would, then, be possible to substantially improve the present limitation in the resolving powers of the electron microscopes.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 2 )