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Utilization of XANES Imaging in Assessing Radiation Damage in Wheat.

  • K.M. Spiers (a1), E. Lemmens (a2), N. De Brier (a2), J.A. Delcour (a2), E. Smolders (a3), J. Garrevoet (a1), G. Falkenberg (a1), G.F. Moorhead (a4) and C.G. Ryan (a4)...
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
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