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Synchrotron Radiation Analysis of 19th Century Daguerreotypes

  • M. S. Kozachuk (a1), T.K. Sham (a1), I. Coulthard (a2), R.R. Martin (a1), A. J. Nelson (a1) (a3) and J. McElhone (a4)...
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[16] The authors acknowledge funding from the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, Canada Research Chairs (TKS) and the Ontario Ministry of Innovation. Further support for interdisciplinary research was provided by The Dean's Office, Faculty of Science at The University of Western Ontario. This research was supported by the Synchrotron experiments were performed at the Canadian Light Source, which is supported by NSERC, NRC, CIHR and the University of Saskatchewan. The technical assistance of the Beamline Staff, Dr. Yongfeng Hu and Dr. Qunfeng Xiao is acknowledged.
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