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Identifying constituent atoms in materials is the ultimate goal for all analytical techniques. Here, we describe the successful achievement of single atom spectroscopy in nanostructured carbon-based materials using a scanning transmission electron microscope equipped with electron energy-loss spectroscopy. The chemical analyis of individual metallofullerene molecules can be successfully performed without massive beam damage. Atom-by-atom spectroscopy of the edge carbon atoms in single layer graphene is also discussed.
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