They should be easily prepared and mounted over holes of at least 0.5 mm diameter.
Under intense electron bombardment they should not contribute to specimen shrinkage or movement.
They must not break under the strains imposed in picking up floating specimens and subsequently drying them.
Their area density should be very low.
They must be clean and smooth.
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