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SiFarmer (Ret.)
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re: Color imaging reveals graphene defects
SiFarmer (Ret.)   2/2/2011 6:35:34 PM
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Thanks Geometeer!! The Nature website abstract itself has the knockout photos!! And thanks "Nature"!

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re: Color imaging reveals graphene defects
pixies   1/7/2011 2:36:05 PM
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The key word for this article should not be "color imaging". Using false color is a common practice in electron microscope.

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re: Color imaging reveals graphene defects
Geometeer   1/7/2011 1:19:40 AM
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I don't like to post Me Too comments, but I have to echo this complaint! To make it worse, R (for "Rotten"?) Colin Johnson did not give a link to a better description, or even the names of one or more of the authors to give credit and help a search. This looks like a lazy reproduction of a poorly done press release. The paper appears to be "Grains and grain boundaries in single-layer graphene atomic patchwork quilts", Huuang et al., http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature09718.html



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