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Applications of Bicrystallography: Revealing Generic Similarities in Coincidence Site Lattice Boundaries of all Holohedral Cubic Materials and Facilitating the Design of 3D Printed Models of such Grain Boundaries

  • Peter Moeck (a1), Andrew Maas (a1), Jennifer Stone-Sundberg (a1) (a2), Bryant York (a3), Trevor Snyder (a1) (a4), Werner Kaminsky (a4) and Nigel Browning (a5)...
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[13] The authors acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation (grant EEC-1242197), 3D Systems Corporation, and the U.S. National Committee for Crystallography.

Applications of Bicrystallography: Revealing Generic Similarities in Coincidence Site Lattice Boundaries of all Holohedral Cubic Materials and Facilitating the Design of 3D Printed Models of such Grain Boundaries

  • Peter Moeck (a1), Andrew Maas (a1), Jennifer Stone-Sundberg (a1) (a2), Bryant York (a3), Trevor Snyder (a1) (a4), Werner Kaminsky (a4) and Nigel Browning (a5)...

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