Dr. Probe - High-resolution (S)TEM image simulation software

 

Examples

Here are few examples of image simulations with the Dr. Probe software package. You can follow these examples step by step in order to learn how to use the software. The examples may also serve as templates for your own simulations.

Further examples and scientific results obtained by applying Dr. Probe can be found in the publiciation list given below.

 

Publications with contributions by Dr. Probe simulations

  1. M. Bar-Sadan et al., "Direct Imaging of Single Au Atoms in GaAs Nanowires", Nano Lett. 12 (2012) 2352-2356. [doi]
  2. J. Barthel, "Time-efficient frozen phonon multislice calculations for image simulations in high-resolution STEM", Proc. of the 15th Euro. Microsc. Cong. (2012). [weblink]
  3. C.L. Jia et al., "Atomic-Scale Measurement of Structure and Chemistry of a Single-Unit-Cell Layer of LaAlO3 Embedded in SrTiO3", Microscopy and Microanalysis 19 (2013) 310-318. [doi]
  4. D.G. Stroppa et al., "Assessment of a nanocrystal 3-D morphology by the analysis of single HAADF-HRSTEM images", Nanoscale Research Letters 8 (2013) 475. [doi]
  5. M. Heidelmann et al., "Periodic Cation Segregation in Cs0.44[Nb2.54W2.46O14] Quantified by High-Resolution Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy", Microscopy and Microanalysis 20 (2014) 1453-1462. [doi]
  6. D.G. Stroppa et al., "Analysis of Dopant Atom Distribution and Quantification of Oxygen Vacancies on Individual Gd-Doped CeO2 Nanocrystals", Chemistry - A European Journal 22 (2014) 6288-6293. [doi]
  7. C.L. Jia et al., "Determination of the 3D shape of a nanoscale crystal with atomic resolution from a single image", Nature Materials 13 (2014) 1044-1049. [doi]
  8. S.G. Wolf, L. Houben, M. Elbaum, "Cryo-scanning transmission electron tomography of vitrified cells", Nature Methods 11 (2014) 423-428. [doi]
  9. I. MacLaren et al., "On the origin of differential phase contrast at a locally charged and globally charge-compensated domain boundary in a polar-ordered material", Ultramicroscopy 154 (2015) 57-63. [doi]
  10. H. Du et al., "Atomic Structure of Antiphase Nanodomains in Fe-Doped SrTiO3 Films", Adv. Funct. Mater. 25 (2015) 6369-6373. [doi]
  11. A. Stoffers et al., "Complex Nanotwin Substructure of an Asymmetric Σ9 Tilt Grain Boundary in a Silicon Polycrystal", Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 (2015) 235502. [doi]
  12. J.M. Salih et al., "Maghemite-like regions at the crossing of two antiphase boundaries in doped BiFeO3", Mat. Sci. Tech. 32 (2016) 242-247. [doi]
  13. L.S. Panchakarla et al., "Strontium cobalt oxide misfit nanotubes", Chem. Mat. 28 (2016) 9150-9157. [doi]
  14. L. Jin et al., "Surface reconstructions and related local properties of a BiFeO3 thin films", Sci. Rep. 7 (2017) 39698. [doi]
  15. S. Borghardt et al., "Quantitative Agreement between Electron-Optical Phase Images of WSe2 and Simulations Based on Electrostatic Potentials that Include Bonding Effects", Phys. Rev. Lett. 118 (2017) 086101. [doi]
  16. H. Du et al., "Nanosized Conducting Filaments Formed by Atomic-Scale Defects in Redox-Based Resistive Switching Memories", Chem. Mater. 29 (2017) 3164-3173. [doi]
  17. F. Winkler et al., "Quantitative measurement of mean inner potential and specimen thickness from high-resolution off-axis electron holograms of ultra-thin layered WSe2", Ultramicroscopy 176 (2017) 99-107. [doi]
  18. L. Jin et al., "Atomic resolution imaging of YAlO3:Ce in the chromatic and spherical aberration corrected PICO electron microscope", Ultramicroscopy 178 (2017) 38-47. [doi]

 


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