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FIB milling of polymer ceramic nanocomposites: far-reaching thermal artefacts and application to analysis of corrosion barrier coatings

  • Konrad Rykaczewski (a1), Daniel G. Mieritz (a2), Minglu Liu (a1), Yuanyu Ma (a1), Erick B. Iezzi (a3), Xiaoda Sun (a1), Liping P. Wang (a1), Kiran N. Solanki (a1), Don K. Seo (a2) and Robert Y. Wang (a1)...
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[8] Iezzi, E. B., et al., Naval Research Laboratory Review (2013).
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[10] Rykaczewski, K., et al., Journal of Microscopy (2015). DOI: 10.1111/jmi. 12367.
[11] KR, KNS, and LPW acknowledge funding from US Department of Defense under Technical Corrosion Collaboration Program administered by the US Air Force Academy through grant no. FA7000-14-2-0015. Authors gratefully acknowledge the use of facilities with the LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science at Arizona State University.

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