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Real Time Acquisition and Calibration of S/TEM Probe Current Measurement Simultaneously with Any Imaging or Spectroscopic Signal

  • Stephen D. House (a1), C. Tom Schamp (a2) (a3) and Judith C. Yang (a1)
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[8] This work was supported by NSF DMREF through contract No CHE-1534630, Hitachi High-Technologies Corp., and the ETEM Catalysis Consortium (ECC, funded through U.Pitt). The authors would like to acknowledge the usage of the STEM at the Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as R.D. Twesten (Gatan) for information about the Digiscan hardware..

Real Time Acquisition and Calibration of S/TEM Probe Current Measurement Simultaneously with Any Imaging or Spectroscopic Signal

  • Stephen D. House (a1), C. Tom Schamp (a2) (a3) and Judith C. Yang (a1)

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