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Atomic-scale Observation of Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticle

  • Yi-Sheng Chen (a1) (a2), Daniel S. Mosiman (a1) (a3), Limei Yang (a1), Thi Hanh Pham (a4), Brian Hawkett (a4), Benito J. Mariñas (a3) and Julie M. Cairney (a1) (a2)...
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*Corresponding author: yi-sheng.chen@sydney.edu.au

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[1]Fawell, J.K., et al. ‘Fluoride in drinking-water’, WHO drinking water quality series, (2006, London, IWA Publishing)
[2]Bertinetti, L., et al. , Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (2017), p.4027-4035
[3]Felfer, P., et al. , Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (2014), p.11190-11193.
[4]Gordon, L. M., Tran, L., and Joester, D., ACS Nano 6 (2012), p.10667-10675
[5]The authors acknowledge funding from the Australian Research Council (DP160101713) as well as the support of research facilities from Microscopy Australia, Sydney Microscopy and Microanalysis, and Key Centre for Polymers and Colloids. D. S. M. thanks the U.S. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and the American Water Works Association Larson Aquatic Research Support Doctoral Scholarship. Y.-S. C. is grateful for the University of Sydney Fellowship as well as the support from his family.

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