Links to Other Microbeam Related Societies
SCANDEM :Scandinavian Society for Electron Microscopy (Scandinavia)
EMAG: Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group (Great Britain)
RMS: Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)
RMS: Cryo Microscopy Group (Great Britain)
UK Surface Analysis Forum Surface Science Site (Great Britain)
NVvM: Dutch Society for Microscopy (The Netherlands)
BVM-SBM: Belgian Society for Microscopy (Belgium)
CSMS: Czechoslovak Society for Electron Microscopy (Czech Republic / Slovak Republic)
MSI: Microscopical Society of Ireland (Ireland)
SSOME-SSMOE: Swiss Society for Optics and Microscopy (Switzerland)
MSA: Microscopy Society of America (United States)
MAS-USA: Microbeam Analysis Society (United States)
Other Sites With Useful Links
University of Oregon. Links to EPMA and SEM facilities worldwide.
Microscopy and Microanalysis software library.
There are a whole host of useful periodic table websites. Here are a few selections:-
Generate your own custom periodic table. Includes lots of formatting options and the ability to import custom data.
This table includes link-outs to X-ray cross-sections, edge energies, edge jumps and fluorescent yields.
A colouful table with link-outs to electron binding energies and K and L emmission lines.
A comprehensive list of links to lots of periodic tables.
An intriguing version of the periodic table plotted with respect to ion states. Requires Chimes plugin to use interactive features.
Lots of options for plotting the table in different formats (e.g. Stowe, Benfey etc...), and for plotting graphs of user selected parameters (Note: The plotting options weren't working when I last checked).
Link-outs to lots of physical properties, including electron structures.
Here are a couple of MS Excel spreadsheets that you might find useful for plotting data:-
The first, ternplot, allows you to plot three components A, B, C, against each other on a ternary diagram.
The second, tetplot, accepts four components A, B, C, D, and generates a stereo pair of your data in a tetrahedral axis frame.
If you have any programs you think might be useful and wish to share with your EMAS colleagues let us know.