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EELEditorial Engineering Laboratory (est. 1987)
EELÉpreuves pour l'Examen du Langage (French: Tests for the Language Examination)
EELEpsilon Extension Language
EELEngineering Electronic Library
EELExternal Elastic Lamina
EELÉquipements Électriques Lorrains (French electrical equipment company)
EELEnergy Efficiency Labelling
EELElectron Energy Loss
EELEquator Exploration Ltd (UK)
EELExecutable Editing Library
EELEuropean Economics Letters (journal; European Economics Letters Group)
EELExxon Energy Limited
EELExpert/Expert-Locator
EELEmployee Engagement Lifecycle (SAP)
EELEarly Edition Lover
EELEnhanced Extended Loop/Link (ILEC to CLEC arrangements)
EELEach and Every Loss (insurance/reinsurance)
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The structural aspects and multiferroic-optics properties were analyzed by using Cs-corrected scanning electron microscope, electron energy loss spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and second harmonic generation microscope, respectively.
Zolotukhin, "Electron energy losses in lithium nobate," Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, vol.
In this case, the percentage of C, O, and Fe atoms, obtained by the analysis of the C-K, O-K, and Fe-[L.sub.2,3] edge electron energy loss spectrum, are NC (at%) = 94 [+ or -] 13, NO (at%) = 5 [+ or -] 1, and [N.sub.Fe] (at%) = 1.0 [+ or -] 0.5.
This paper has extensive references on C[O.sub.2] research using electron energy loss spectroscopy.
Beam current stability improves the accuracy and repeatability of lengthy procedures such as focus series image reconstruction, chemical (electron energy loss spectrometry and energy-filtered TEM) and elemental (x-ray) mapping, three-dimensional tomographic reconstruction and automated analysis.
This filter disperses the electrons according to their energy (like a prism disperses the different colors of visible light), thus providing an electron energy loss spectrum (EELS) of the specimen in the dispersive plane that reveals information on the chemical elements and their bonding.