Find out how identification of a spectrum feature at distinct energy ranges allows you to discover what elements are within your sample.
Based on the number of electrons measured and the scattering geometry involved, see how to quantify the amount of each element present in your sample.
Understand why EELS allows you to determine the spatial distribution of detected elements with near-atomic resolution in a modern TEM.
Learn why the strong coupling of the local density of states to the EELS signal enables you to determine the chemical state of your elements.
See why the strong Coulomb interaction of fast electrons with the sample reveals a wealth of information about your material.