Advanced microheater for in situ transmission electron microscopy; enabling unexplored analytical studies and extreme spatial stability.

@article{vanOmme2018AdvancedMF,
  title={Advanced microheater for in situ transmission electron microscopy; enabling unexplored analytical studies and extreme spatial stability.},
  author={J. Tijn van Omme and Marina Zakhozheva and Ronald G. Spruit and Mariya Sholkina and H. Hugo P{\'e}rez Garza},
  journal={Ultramicroscopy},
  year={2018},
  volume={192},
  pages={
          14-20
        }
}

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