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Transmission Electron Microscopy Imaging of Structural Transformation Dynamics in a Single Nanocrystal

  • Haimei Zheng (a1)
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Over the last decade, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) has advanced remarkably. With the development of aberration-corrected optics, improved recording systems, high brightness guns, and so on, imaging with single-atom sensitivity across the periodic table has become a reality. Atomic resolution imaging with rapid acquisition and with greater signal collection efficiency opens many opportunities in the study of dynamic processes of materials.

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