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XEDS and EELS in the TEM at Atmospheric Pressure and High Temperature

  • Eric Prestat (a1), Matthew Smith (a1), Arne Janssen (a1), Thomas J. A. Slater (a1), Pedro H. C. Camargo (a2), Matthew A. Kulzick (a3), M. Grace Burke (a1), Sarah J. Haigh (a1) and Nestor J. Zaluzec (a1) (a4)...
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[1] Giorgio, S., et al., Ultramicroscopy 106 (2006). p 503.
[2] Creemer, J. F., et al., Ultramicroscopy 108 (2008). p 993.
[3] Chenna, S. & Crozier, P., Microsc. Microanal. 17(Suppl 2) (2011). p 476.
[4] Crozier, P. & Chenna, S., Ultramicroscopy 111 (2011). p 177.
[5] Zaluzec, N. J., et al., Microsc. Microanal. 20 (2014). p 323.
[6] Research supported by EPSRC Grants #EP/G035954/1 and EP/J021172/1, the DTR Agency Grant HDTRA1-12-1-003, the BP Innovation Fund and ICAM project at Manchester U.S. DoE, Office of Science, Contract No. DE-AC02-06CH11357 at Argonne National Laboratory.

XEDS and EELS in the TEM at Atmospheric Pressure and High Temperature

  • Eric Prestat (a1), Matthew Smith (a1), Arne Janssen (a1), Thomas J. A. Slater (a1), Pedro H. C. Camargo (a2), Matthew A. Kulzick (a3), M. Grace Burke (a1), Sarah J. Haigh (a1) and Nestor J. Zaluzec (a1) (a4)...

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