Structured‐illumination microscopy allows widefield fluorescence imaging with resolution beyond the classical diffraction limit. Its linear form extends resolution by a factor of two, and its nonlinear form by an in‐principle infinite factor, the effective resolution in practice being deter...
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In neuroscience, application of widely used stereological local volume estimators, including the planar rotator, is challenged by the combination of a complex tissue organisation and an estimator requirement of either isotropic or vertical sections, i.e. randomly oriented tissue. The spatia...
Second harmonic generation (SHG) polarization intensity distribution illuminated with radially polarized beams by lens focusing appears two peaks, when the nonlinear optical coefficients dominate that is relevant to the transverse electric field components. Such two peaks pattern may result...
Organic materials, including carbon, exist inside the transmission electron microscope (TEM) chamber and are adsorbed onto samples under observation during TEM. When these adsorbed organic materials are irradiated by an electron beam, the adsorbed gas is decomposed. Carbon atoms remain on t...
Structural anisotropy of two‐phase materials can be evaluated through global measurements, as volume orientation or mean‐intercept length methods do, or through statistics performed on a set of individual measurements. This last procedure is encouraged by recent improvements in the spatial r...