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The transport of relativistic electron beam in compressed cylindrical targets was studied from a numerical and experimental point of view. In the experiment, cylindrical targets were imploded using the Gekko XII laser facility of the Institute of Laser Engineering. Then the fast electron beam was created by shooting the LFEX laser beam. The penetration of fast electrons was studied by observing Kα emission from tracer layers in the target.
High resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) of GaAs/AlAs hetero-structures grown by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) is carried out in the <110> projection. It is shown that GaAs and AlAs are distinguished clearly by the difference in their lattice images at the samples thicknesses of about 15–30 nm under near Scherzer focus condition. Under these imaging conditions, very thin films consist of single monolayer AlAs are observed. Vicinal interfaces of GaAs/AlAs which were grown on (001) substrate misoriented toward  are also examined in the  projection. The interfacial structures are imaged edgeon, so that the fluctuations of terrace width, and the roughness of step-edges at these interfaces are observed on an atomic scale.
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