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Dynamic Aberration-corrected STEM of Bimetallic Nanocatalysts during Surface Diffusion

  • Volkan Ortalan (a1), Chang Wan Han (a1), Rodolfo Zanella (a2) and Antonio Aguilar-Tapia (a2)
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[2] Vargas, A., et al, Phys Rev B (2009) 80, 195421.
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[5] Ortalan, V., et al, Nature Nanotechnology (2010) 5, 843847.
[6] Allard, L.F., et al, Microscopy Research and Technique 72 (2009) 208215.
[7] This work was supported by the Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future (DMREF) program of the National Science Foundation (CBET-1437219).

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