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In situ Ion Irradiation and Heating Experiments in the Transmission Electron Microscope: Simulations of Dust Processing in Circumstellar Environments

  • Pierre Haenecour (a1), Michelle S. Thompson (a2), Thomas J. Zega (a1) (a3), Jane Y. Howe (a4) and Wei-Ying Chen (a5)...
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*Corresponding author: pierre@lpl.arizona.edu

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[1]Floss, C and Haenecour, P, Geochemical Journal 50 (2016), p. 3.
[2]Nguyen, A et al. , The Astrophysical Journal 818 (2016), p. 51.
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[9]Thompson, et al. , Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 50 (2019), abstract #1425.
[10]This work is supported by NASA Grant NNX15AD94G for the NExSS “Earths in Other Solar Systems” program, and NASA grant NNX15AJ22G. We are grateful to Hitachi High-Technologies for support with the SU9000 measurements. The use of the IVEM-Tandem facility was supported by the U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy under DOE Idaho Operations Office Contract DE-AC07-051D14517 as part of a Nuclear Science User Facilities experiment. We thank L. P. Keller for providing the synthetic hibonite sample.

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