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Field ion microscopy (FIM), invented in 1951 by Erwin Müller [1,
2], is a high electric field technique which uniquely enables imaging of
surfaces with atomic resolution. FIM is based on ionization of an imaging
gas in the vicinity of a field-emitter tip as a consequence of the
locally high electric field. The high electric field is achieved by applying
a high voltage of a few kilovolts onto a very sharp needle-shaped specimen
maintained at a temperature usually below 80 K. Specimens are
either electropolished  or milled with a focused ion beam (FIB) 
into a very sharp needle tip with an end radius below 100 nm. The
advantage of using FIB for specimen preparation lies in its site specific
application for extracting tips in microstructure regions of high interest
such as across internal interfaces. An excellent review on using FIB for
site specific specimen preparation can be found in reference .
Once the specimen is mounted an imaging gas is introduced. The
introduced imaging gas gets attracted by the cold surface due to polarization
forces. The gas atoms then thermally accommodate with the
cold tip surface by performing a series of “ hops”. Surrounding the tip
surface there exists a critical zone, where the maximum ionization occurs.
This surface usually lies around 1–4 Å above the tip . During
the “ hops”, the ionization probability for the gas atoms can be considerable
as they spend a significant amount of time in the critical
surface. As a consequence an electron can tunnel from the imaging gas
atom into the tip. The ionized gas atom is accelerated away from the
positively biased tip and towards the detector, where gas ions contribute
to image formation.
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