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Introduction to Electron Optics

Nature volume 158, pages 685686 (16 November 1946) | Download Citation



IT was (Ji surprise to read in Dr. Cosslett's preface that a course of lectures in electron optics has seen given in the honours physics course at Oxford since 1942; yet the surprise was unwarranted because the War has forced electron optical devices out of the laboratory and into industry and the Services. Dr. Cosslett has aimed at providing a text-book “intermediate in length and level of treatment”, and hopes that it will be of use to students and research workers; presumably those using electronic devices rather than their designers.

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