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Polarization-dependent Imaging Contrast (PIC) Mapping in 2018

  • Pupa U. P. A. Gilbert (a1)
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34 Graduate students, Frazer, Brad H, Metzler, Rebecca A, Olson, Ian C, DeVol, Ross T Chang-Yu, Sun's tireless work made biomineral PIC mapping possible. Beamline scientists Andreas Scholl and Anthony Young at ALS provided expert technical support. Susan N Coppersmith and Matthew A Marcus gave theoretical contributions. NSF awards DMR-1105167 and DMR-1603192, and DOE Award DE-FG02-07ER15899 supported this work. Experiments were done at the Berkeley Advanced Light Source, supported by DOE under contract DE-AC02-05CH11231.
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