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Structure Retrieval of Strongly Scattering Materials in the Transmission Electron Microscope

  • H. G. Brown (a1), Z. Chen (a2), M. Weyland (a3) (a4), C. Ophus (a1), J. Ciston (a1), L. J. Allen (a5) and S. D. Findlay (a6)...
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[1]Brown, H. G. et al. , Ultramicroscopy 182, (2017) p 169.
[2]Close, R. et al. , Ultramicroscopy 159, (2015) p 124.
[3]Müller-Caspary, K. et al. , Ultramicroscopy 178, (2017) p 62.
[4]Allen, L. J. et al. , Acta Crystallographica Section A 56, (2000) p 119.
[5]Brown, H. G. et al. , Physical Review Letters 121, (2018) 266102.
[6]This research was supported under the Australian Research Council Discovery Projects funding scheme (Project No. DP140102538). HGB and JC acknowledge additional funding form the DOE Early Career Research Program. Work at the Molecular Foundry was supported by the Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231. Thermo Fisher Scientific are acknowledged for experimental high speed 4D-STEM acquisition software.

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