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The 4D Camera: Very High Speed Electron Counting for 4D-STEM

  • Jim Ciston (a1), Ian J. Johnson (a2), Brent R. Draney (a3), Peter Ercius (a1), Erin Fong (a2), Azriel Goldschmidt (a2), John M. Joseph (a2), Jason R. Lee (a3), Alexander Mueller (a1), Colin Ophus (a1), Ashwin Selvarajan (a3), David E. Skinner (a3), Thorsten Stezelberger (a2), Craig S. Tindall (a2), Andrew M. Minor (a1) (a4) and Peter Denes (a5)...
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*Corresponding author: JCiston@lbl.gov

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[1]Nellist, PD, McCallum, BC and Rodenburg, JM, Nature 374 (1995), p. 630.
[2]Ozdol, VB et al. , Applied Physics Letters 106 (2015), p. 253107.
[3]Ophus, C et al. , Applied Physics Letters 110 (2017), p. 063102.
[4]Tate, MW et al. , Microscopy & Microanalysis 22 (2016), p. 237.
[5]Johnson, IJ et al. , Microscopy & Microanalysis 24 (S1) (2018), p. 166.
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[8]This work was supported by the Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231. Research was performed at the Molecular Foundry and the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, DOE Office of Science User Facilities. JC and CO acknowledge support from the DOE Early Career Research Program.

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