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Observing Misfit Dislocation Interactions Across Thin Film Oxide Heterostructures

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[1] Sachet, E, et al, Nature Materials 14 (2015). p 414.
[2] Sang, X & LeBeau, JM Ultramicroscopy 138 (2014). p 28.
[3] FRWRtools plugin for Digital Micrograph by Christoph T. Koch (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin).
[4] The authors greatly acknowledge funding from the National Science Foundation through a Career Award (DMR 1350273) and through the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (DGE 1252376). The authors acknowledge use of Analytical Instrumentation Facility at North Carolina State University, which is supported by the State of North Carolina and by the National Science Foundation.

Observing Misfit Dislocation Interactions Across Thin Film Oxide Heterostructures

  • Everett D. Grimley (a1), Edward Sachet (a1), Brian F. Donovan (a2), Patrick E. Hopkins (a2), Jon-Paul Maria (a1) and James M. LeBeau (a1)...

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