Volume 2 deals with those aspects when there is a stronger correlation of the diffraction phenomena with the electron microscope imaging.
'These specialist books will find their way into the libraries of pracitioners, who will use them as a source of references as examples, and as a means on initiating students into the wealth of detail that can be obtained from electron diffraction.'
Professor J.A. Venables, University of Sussex, Contemporary Physics, 1993, volume 34, number 3
`will be of prime interest to electron microscopists ... Anyone whose ideas about the applications of diffraction contrast are based on the textbooks of twenty years ago will rapidly be able to update them from the many beautiful and novel micrographs with which Amelinckx and van Dyck profusely illustrate their text ... presented very effectively and with a wide variety of different examples drawn from the authors' unrivalled experience ... a masterly
review ... Taken together this set of two volumes certainly conveys most of the recent advances in electron diffraction and imaging.'
MSA Bulletin 24.2, May 1994
`For the investigator interested in inorganic materials, there is much to praise in this volume ... there are no doubts in this reviewer's mind that these two volumes represent a significant addition to any electron diffractionist's bookshelf, with extensive material available for study in considering new research directions.'
Douglas L. Dorset, Acta Cryst. (1994) A50