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In situ Thermal Shock of Lunar and Planetary Materials Using A Newly Developed MEMS Heating Holder in A STEM/SEM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 August 2017

Jane Y. Howe
Affiliation:
Hitachi High-Technologies America Inc., Clarksburg, USA.
Michelle S. Thompson
Affiliation:
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, USA.
Stas Dogel
Affiliation:
Hitachi High-Technologies Canada Inc., Toronto, Canada.
Kota Ueda
Affiliation:
Hitachi High-Technologies Co., Hitachinaka, Japan.
Tsuyoshi Matsumoto
Affiliation:
Hitachi High-Technologies Co., Hitachinaka, Japan.
Hideki Kikuchi
Affiliation:
Hitachi High-Technologies Co., Hitachinaka, Japan.
Matthew Reynolds
Affiliation:
Norcada Inc., Edmonton, Canada.
Hooman Hosseinkhannazer
Affiliation:
Norcada Inc., Edmonton, Canada.
Thomas J. Zega
Affiliation:
University of Arizona, Tucson, USA.

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© Microscopy Society of America 2017 

References

[1] Hall, E, et al, Report of the Basic Energy Sciences Workshop on Future of Electron Scattering and Diffraction 2014). p. 28.Google Scholar
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[3] Research supported by National Science Foundation grant number 1531243 and NASA grant numbers NNX15AJ22G and NNX12AL47G. Microscopic studies were carried out at the Ontario Centre for the Characterisation of Advanced Materials (OCCAM), University of Toronto, and the Kuiper Core Imaging and Microscopy Facility, University of Arizona.Google Scholar