It has been demonstrated that electron holography is a very powerful tool to investigate an electromagnetic potential in medium resolution, since the phase of an electron wave is approximately proportional to the potential. Now, electron holography is at the second stage of development: to establish holography at atomic resolution and further to realize Gabor's idea to improve the resolution restricted by the spherical aberration of the objective lens. We investigate the possibility of electron holography to get information at atomic resolution by computer simulations as well as by digital processing of electron holograms. We show that the phase distribution has more resemblance to the specimen structure than the amplitude distribution. We also compare electron holography with electron microscopy from an image processing point of view.
Ishizuka, K.; Tanji, T.; and Tonomura, A.
"Atomic Resolution Electron Holography,"
Scanning Microscopy: Vol. 1992
, Article 38.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/microscopy/vol1992/iss6/38