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Electron Holography Study of the Charging Effect in Microfibrils of Sciatic Nerve Tissues

  • Ki Hyun Kim (a1), Zentaro Akase (a1), Daisuke Shindo (a1), Nobuhiko Ohno (a2), Yasuhisa Fujii (a2), Nobuo Terada (a2) and Shinichi Ohno (a2)...

Abstract

The charging effects of microfibrils of sciatic nerve tissues due to electron irradiation are investigated using electron holography. The phenomenon that the charging effects are enhanced with an increase of electron intensity is visualized through direct observations of the electric potential distribution around the specimen. The electric potential at the surface of the specimen could be quantitatively evaluated by simulation, which takes into account the reference wave modulation due to the long-range electric field.

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*Corresponding author. E-mail: shindo@tagen.tohoku.ac.jp

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