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Combined 3D Chemical and Morphological Characterization Using Innovative Lab-based Equipment

  • Matthieu N. Boone (a1), Brecht Laforce (a2), Bert Masschaele (a1) (a3), Manuel Dierick (a1), Frederic Van Assche (a1), Veerle Cnudde (a4), Bart Vekemans (a2), Laszlo Vincze (a2) and Luc Van Hoorebeke (a1)...
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[10] The setup was developed within the framework of a Hercules-II project (Project AUG11-024). The authors acknowledge funding from the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO Research Project G0A0417N), the Special Research Fund of Ghent University and the IWT (Agentschap voor Innovatie door Wetenschap en Technology, Flanders).
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