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Atomic Electron Tomography: Adding a New Dimension to See Single Atoms in Materials

  • Jianwei Miao (a1), Yongsoo Yang (a1), Jihan Zhou (a1), Xuezeng Tian (a1), Yao Yang (a1), Dennis S. Kim (a1), Alan Pryor (a1), Peter Ercius (a2), Colin Ophus (a2), M. C. Scott (a2) (a3), Chien-Chun Chen (a4), Wolfgang Theis (a5), Markus Eisenbach (a6), Paul R. C. Kent (a7) (a8), Renat F. Sabirianov (a9) and Hao Zeng (a10)...
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[1] Miao, J., Ercius, P. Billinge, S. Science 353 2016 aaf2157.
[2] Miao, J., Foster, F. Levi, O. Phys. Rev. B 72 2005) p. 052103.
[3] Pryor, A. Jr., et al, Sci. Rep. 7 2017) p. 10409.
[4] Scott, M. C., et al, Nature 483 2012) p. 444.
[5] Chen, C.-C., et al, Nature 496 2013) p. 74.
[6] Xu, R., et al, Nature Mater. 14 2015) p. 1099.
[7] Yang, Y., et al, Nature 542 2017) p. 75.
[8] This work was supported by STROBE: A National Science Foundation Science & Technology Center under Grant No. DMR 1548924, and the Office of Basic Energy Sciences of the U.S. Department of Energy (Grant No. DE-SC0010378). ADF-STEM imaging was performed on TEAM I at the Molecular Foundry, which is supported by the Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02—05CH11231..

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