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New Technique Uses Electrons to Map Nanoparticle Atomic Structures

May 4, 2012

Simon Billinge A Brookhaven/Columbia University Engineering School team of scientists has shown how a form of nanocrystallography can be carried out using a transmission electron microscope--an instrument found in many chemistry and materials science laboratories. Full Story

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