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Isotopic Composition and Origin of Meteoritic Nanodiamonds studied by Atom-Probe Tomography and Complementary Techniques

  • J. B. Lewis (a1), C. Floss (a1), D. Isheim (a2), T. L. Daulton (a1) (a3), D. N. Seidman (a2) and R. C. Ogliore (a1)...
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[14]This work was supported by NASA grants NNX14AP15H (J.B.L.) and NNX16AD26G (C.F. & R.C.O.). Atom-probe tomography was performed at the Northwestern University Center for Atom-Probe Tomography (NUCAPT). The LEAP tomograph at NUCAPT was purchased and upgraded with grants from the NSF-MRI (DMR-0420532) and ONR-DURIP (N00014-0400798, N00014-0610539, N00014-0910781, N00014-1712870) programs. NUCAPT received support from the MRSEC program (NSF DMR-1720139) at the Materials Research Center, the SHyNE Resource (NSF ECCS-1542205), and the Initiative for Sustainability and Energy (ISEN) at Northwestern University.

Isotopic Composition and Origin of Meteoritic Nanodiamonds studied by Atom-Probe Tomography and Complementary Techniques

  • J. B. Lewis (a1), C. Floss (a1), D. Isheim (a2), T. L. Daulton (a1) (a3), D. N. Seidman (a2) and R. C. Ogliore (a1)...

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