The microstructure of natural minerals and synthetic phases studied by transmission electron microscopy forms the core of the scientific work of Wolfgang Müller. The deviations from the ideal crystal structure and their influences on the physical and chemical properties are the main field of his research activities.

Wolfgang Müller was born on December 22nd, 1939, in Berlin, Germany. After several moves during the war and postwar times, his family finally settled down in 1949 in Gräfelfing near München. After school, he studied physics and geology in München, then mineralogy and physical and inorganic chemistry in Tübingen. Wolfgang Müller...

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