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Focused Ion Beams in Biology: How the Helium Ion Microscope and FIB/SEMs Help Reveal Nature's Tiniest Structures

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*Corresponding author: Annalena.wolff@qut.edu.au

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[1]Drobne, et al. , Microscopy Research and Technique 70 (2007), p. 895.
[2]Stokes, et al. , Journal of Physics: Conference Series 26 (2006), p. 50.
[3]Bandara, et al. , ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9 (2017), p. 6746.
[4]Ziegler, et al. , www.srim.org.
[5]The authors acknowledge scientific and technical assistance of Peter Hines, Jamie Riches, Rachel Hancock, and Ning Liu and the facilities at the Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF) at the Central Analytical Research Facility (CARF), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Focused Ion Beams in Biology: How the Helium Ion Microscope and FIB/SEMs Help Reveal Nature's Tiniest Structures

  • Annalena Wolff (a1), Nico Klingner (a2), William Thompson (a3), Yinghong Zhou (a4) (a5), Jinying Lin (a6) (a5), Yong Y Peng (a7), John A.M. Ramshaw (a7) (a8) and Yin Xiao (a4) (a5)...

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