Vibrational spectroscopy in the electron microscope would be transformative in the study of biological samples, provided that radiation damage could be prevented. However, electron beams typically create high-energy excitations that severely accelerate sample degradation.
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Rez, P., Aoki, T., March, K., Gur, D., Krivanek, O. L., Dellby, N., . . . Cohen, H. (2016). Damage-free vibrational spectroscopy of biological materials in the electron microscope. Nature Communications, 7, 10945. doi:10.1038/ncomms10945