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EELS Monitoring of Beam-Induced Dynamic Transformation of Lithium Materials at 30 keV

  • Frédéric Voisard (a1), Hendrix Demers (a2), Nicolas Brodusch (a1), Michel L. Trudeau (a2), Karim Zaghib (a2) and Raynald Gauvin (a1)...
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EELS Monitoring of Beam-Induced Dynamic Transformation of Lithium Materials at 30 keV

  • Frédéric Voisard (a1), Hendrix Demers (a2), Nicolas Brodusch (a1), Michel L. Trudeau (a2), Karim Zaghib (a2) and Raynald Gauvin (a1)...

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