- EBSD EXPLAINED
- EBSD ANALYSIS
- TYPES OF EBSD EXPERIMENT
- EBSD EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES
- SAMPLE PREPARATION
- EBSD APPLICATIONS
- AZtecHKL EBSD SYSTEM
Explore a 3rd dimension of the sample. 3D EBSD provides a new view of microstructure by complete description of all grains, grain boundaries, morphological & crystallographic relationships between grains and phases, and microtextures…
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EBSD Experiments Summary
- A crystal orientation map can be acquired by scanning the electron beam over a sample and analysing the diffraction pattern formed at each point.
- Crystal orientation maps definitively reveal the sample microstructure and can measure grain size distributions, grain boundary misorientations and special boundaries and show their location in the sample.
- The individual crystal orientation measurements can be displayed to show crystallographic texture or preferred orientation. The orientation relationship between phases can be investigated, the distribution and position of the orientation relationship boundaries can be shown.
- EBSD can also be used to distinguish crystallographically different phases and to show their location, abundance and preferred orientations.
- Combining a SEM with a FIB, EBSD can be extended to a fully three dimensional (3D) analytical technique