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[Report] In Situ TEM Observation of a Microcrucible Mechanism of Nanowire Growth

Nanowire growth from a microcrucible catalyst particle at the bottom of the wire is observed in situ. Authors: Rebecca Boston, Zoe Schnepp, Yoshihiro Nemoto, Yoshio Sakka, Simon R. Hall

Authors:   Rebecca Boston; Zoe Schnepp; Yoshihiro Nemoto; Yoshio Sakka; Simon R. Hall
Journal:   Science
Volume:   344
edition:   6184
Year:   2014
Pages:   623
DOI:   10.1126/science.1251594
Publication date:   09-May-2014
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