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GENFIRE: from Precisely Localizing Single Atoms in Materials to High Resolution 3D Imaging of Cellular Structures

  • Jianwei Miao (a1), Alan Pryor (a1), Yongsoo Yang (a1), Arjun Rana (a1), Marcus Gallagher-Jones (a2), Jihan Zhou (a1), Yuan Hung Lo (a1) (a3), Jose A. Rodriguez (a2) and Wah Chiu (a4)...
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1. Pryor, A. Jr., et al GENFIRE: A generalized Fourier iterative reconstruction algorithm for high-resolution 3D imaging. Sci. Rep. 7, 10409 2017.
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6. Xu, R., et al Three-Dimensional Coordinates of Individual Atoms in Materials Revealed by Electron Tomography. Nature Mater. 14, 10991103, 2015.
7. Yang, Y., et al Deciphering chemical order/disorder and material properties at the single-atom level. Nature 542, 7579, 2017.
8. This work was supported by STROBE: A National Science Foundation Science & Technology Center under Grant No. DMR 1548924, and the Office of Basic Energy Sciences of the U.S. Department of Energy (Grant No. DE-SC0010378).

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