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New approaches to in-situ heating in FIB/SEM systems

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 August 2017

Libor Novák
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis Division, Brno, Czech Republic
Min Wu
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis Division, Brno, Czech Republic
Petr Wandrol
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis Division, Brno, Czech Republic
Miroslav Kolíbal
Affiliation:
CEITEC BUT, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic
Tomáš Vystavěl
Affiliation:
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Materials & Structural Analysis Division, Brno, Czech Republic
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[1] Kazda, T., Novak, L., Vystavel, T., Starek, J. & Vondrak, J. Microsc. Microanal. 22(Suppl. S3 2016). p. 1380.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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[5] The authors acknowledge funding from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, TE01020118.Google Scholar
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