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3D Spectromicroscopic Observation of Yb-Silicate Ceramics Using XAFS-CT

  • Yasuo Takeichi (a1), Toshiki Watanabe (a1), Yasuhiro Niwa (a1), Satoshi Kitaoka (a2) and Masao Kimura (a1)...
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* Corresponding author, yasuo.takeichi@kek.jp
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[1] Clarke, D R Levi, C G Annu. Rev. Mater 33 2003 383.
[2] Wada, M, et al, Acta Mater. 135 2017 372.
[3] Liu, Y, et al, J. Synchrotron Rad 19 2012 281.
[4] Legland, D, et al, Bioinfomatics 32 2016 3532.
[5] This work was supported by the Structural Materials for Innovation of the Cross ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SM4I, SIP) of Japan Science and Technology (JST). Experiments were performed under the approval of the Photon Factory Program Advisory Committee (Proposal Nos. 2015S2-002 and 2016S2-001)..
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
  • ISSN: 1431-9276
  • EISSN: 1435-8115
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