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Whys and Wherefores of Open Aperture ESTEM for in-situ Catalyst Reaction Studies

  • Edward D. Boyes (a1) (a2) and Pratibha L. Gai (a1) (a3) (a2)
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[1] Butler, E P Hale, K F Dynamic Experiments in the Electron. Microscope. North Holland 1981.
[2] Swann, P R Tighe, N J Jernkont Ann 155 1971) p. 497.
[3] Gai, P L Philosophical Magazine 43(19810 p. 841.
[4] Boyes, E D Gai, P L Ultramicroscopy 67 1997) p. 219.
[5] Jia, C L, et al, Ultramicroscopy 110 2010) p. 500.
[6] Boyes, E D, et al, Annalen der Physik 525 2013) p. 423.
[7] Cremer, J, et al, Ultramicroscopy 108 2008) p. 993.
[8] Somorjai, G A, York, R L, Butcher, D Park, J Y Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys 9 2007) p. 3500.
[9] LaGrow, A P, et al, J Am Chem Soc 139 2017) p. 179.
[10] The University of York and EU European Regional Development Fund are acknowledged for funding the core AC machine and the EPSRC (UK) for grant EP/J018058/1 for development, staff support and initial applications of the York ESTEM.
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