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Corrigendum : Cathodoluminescence nano-characterization of semiconductors (2011 Semicond. Sci. Technol. 26 064005)

Edwards, Paul R and Martin, Robert W (2018) Corrigendum : Cathodoluminescence nano-characterization of semiconductors (2011 Semicond. Sci. Technol. 26 064005). Semiconductor Science and Technology, 33. ISSN 0268-1242

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Abstract

In our original paper, we estimated the maximum field of view (FOV) that would result when collecting luminescence over a cone half-angle u and coupling this into a spectrograph with a given f /number and a slit width d. Due to the use of the low-angle approximation outwith the paraxial regime, the expression given in Equation 2 used the tangent of the angle rather than the correct sine function.