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Refinement of stress and strain tensors from multielement energy dispersive detectors. / Peel, Matthew J; Horne, Graeme C M; Connolley, Thomas; Drakopoulos, Michael.

In: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 2013.

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Peel, MJ, Horne, GCM, Connolley, T & Drakopoulos, M 2013, 'Refinement of stress and strain tensors from multielement energy dispersive detectors', Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.

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Peel, M. J., Horne, G. C. M., Connolley, T., & Drakopoulos, M. (2013). Refinement of stress and strain tensors from multielement energy dispersive detectors. Manuscript in preparation.

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Peel MJ, Horne GCM, Connolley T, Drakopoulos M. Refinement of stress and strain tensors from multielement energy dispersive detectors. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 2013.

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Peel, Matthew J ; Horne, Graeme C M ; Connolley, Thomas ; Drakopoulos, Michael. / Refinement of stress and strain tensors from multielement energy dispersive detectors. In: Journal of Synchrotron Radiation. 2013.

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