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Whys and Wherefores of Open Aperture ESTEM for in-situ Catalyst Reaction Studies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 August 2018

Edward D. Boyes
Affiliation:
Depts of Physics York JEOL Nanocentre, University of York, UK
Pratibha L. Gai
Affiliation:
Depts of Physics Chemistry, and York JEOL Nanocentre, University of York, UK
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