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Can the environmental TEM confirm atomistic models of adsorbed molecules at surfaces of solids?

  • Matthieu Bugnet (a1), Ihor Pershukov (a1), Olivier Matz (a2), Monica Calatayud (a2) and Thierry Epicier (a1)...
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[1]Bugnet, M. et al. , Nano Letters 17, 7652-7658 (2017).
[2]Lin, Y. et al. , Nano Letters 14, 191196 (2014).
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[7]M. B. acknowledges funding from INSA Lyon through a BQR project THERMOS. The authors are grateful to M. Aouine for assistance in TEM preparation. Z. Wu from ORNL, USA is gratefully acknowledged for providing ceria nanocubes. The electron microscopy work presented here has been performed on a FEI Titan ETEM at the Lyon-St-Etienne centre for electron microscopy (www.clym.fr).

Can the environmental TEM confirm atomistic models of adsorbed molecules at surfaces of solids?

  • Matthieu Bugnet (a1), Ihor Pershukov (a1), Olivier Matz (a2), Monica Calatayud (a2) and Thierry Epicier (a1)...

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