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Atomic Resolution Imaging and Quantitative Elemental Mapping of the Misfit Dislocation Core Phase in Multicomponent Oxides

  • N. Bagués (a1), J. Santiso (a2), B. D. Esser (a1), R. E. A. Williams (a1), D. W. McComb (a1), Z. Konstantinovic (a3), Ll. Balcells (a4) and F. Sandiumenge (a4)...
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[1] Chang, C.-P., et al, Nature Communications 5 2014) p. 3522.
[2] Pandya, S., et al, Scientific Reports 6 2016) p. 26075.
[3] Sandiumenge, F., et al, Advanced Materials Interfaces 3 2016) p. 1600106.
[4] Bagués, N., et al, Advanced Functional Materials 2017) p. 1704437.
[5] N.B. thanks the Spanish MINECO for the financial support through the FPI program. This research was funded by Spanish MINECO (Grant Numbers: SEV-2015-0496, MAT2015-71664-R, SEV-2013-0295), European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant Number: 645658), Generalitat de Catalunya (Grant Numbers: 2014 SGR 501, 2014 SGR 1216). B.D.E. and D.W.M. acknowledge support from the Center for Emergent Materials at the Ohio State University, a National Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (Grant Number: DMR-1420451).

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