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Redox-Chemistry of Environmental Biofilms Probed on the Submicron Scale by in-situ Electrochemistry Scanning Transmission (soft) X-ray Microscopy

  • Martin Obst (a1), Pablo Ingino (a1), Adam Hitchcock (a2), Vinod Prabu (a2) and Aude Picard (a3)...
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[9] We thank I. Adaktylou, F. Zeitvogel and G. Schmid for discussion and help during preliminary experiments. We thank J. Wang, Y. Lu, J. Geilhufe and J. Dynes (CLS) for their valuable help. Research was performed at CLS, which is supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation. We also acknowledge DFG funding through the Heisenberg program (DFG grant OB 362/4-1).
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