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Rapid Tomography in Environmental TEM: How Fast Can We Go to Follow the 3D Evolution of Nanomaterials in situ?

  • Lucian Roiban (a1), Sid Koneti (a1), Khan Tran (a2), Yue-Meng Feng (a2), Thomas Grenier (a2), Voichita Maxim (a2) and Thierry Epicier (a1)...
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[1] This work is performed within the framework of the French ANR project n°15-CE09-0009-01 "3DCLEAN" http://www.clym.fr/3DCLEAN_web/3DCLEAN-ANR.html). The authors thank the CLYM (Consortium Lyon-Saint Etienne de Microscopie, www.clym.fr) for the access to the microscope and A. Paczad (Gatan USA) for the loan of the Oneview camera. Colleagues having provided samples are gratefully acknowledged: A.S. Gay from IFPen (Solaize, F) for Pd@Al2O3, A. Serve and P. Vernoux from Ircelyon (Villeurbanne, F) for soot@ZrO2. M. Aouine (Ircelyon) and F. Dalmas (MATEIS) are thanked for useful discussions and experimental contributions to this work.

Rapid Tomography in Environmental TEM: How Fast Can We Go to Follow the 3D Evolution of Nanomaterials in situ?

  • Lucian Roiban (a1), Sid Koneti (a1), Khan Tran (a2), Yue-Meng Feng (a2), Thomas Grenier (a2), Voichita Maxim (a2) and Thierry Epicier (a1)...

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