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Amorphous Silicate Building Block Origins by Transmission Electron Microscopy

  • Hope A. Ishii (a1), James Ciston (a2), John P. Bradley (a1), Karen Bustillo (a2) and Peter Ercius (a2)...
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[1] Ishii, H, et al, Science 319 2008) p. 447.
[2] Taylor, S, et al eds. Elements 12 2016 issue 3.
[3] Dartois, E, et al, Icarus 224 2013) p. 243.
[4] Bradley, J in Treatise of Geochemistry, 2nd ed, eds H Holland, K Turekian and A Davis Elsevier-Pergamon Oxford 2014) p. 287.
[5] Bradley, J, et al, PNAS 111, 1732– ( 2014.
[6] Hojou, K, et al, Nucl Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B 141 1998) p 148.
[7] The authors acknowledge funding from NASA grant no. NNX16AK41G. Molecular Foundry work was supported by the Office of Science, BES, US DOE under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231.

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