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    Grain boundary structure of nanocrystalline Cu processed by cryomilling
    with J. Huang, X. Liao, F. Zhou, and E. Lavernia
    Philosophical Magazine 83 (12): 1407-1419. 2003.
    The microstructures of cryogenically ball-milled Cu were investigated by high-resolution electron microscopy. It was found that the grain-size reduction is a dislocation-controlled continuous process which consists of the formation of small-angle grain boundaries , a gradual increase in misorientations as a result of accumulation of more dislocations and, finally, the formation of large-angle GBs. The GBs were generally curved, wavy or faceted, and heavily strained, which are typical characteris…Read more
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    In-situLorentz microscopy and Lorentz phase imaging of artificially structured Co arrays
    with V. V. Volkov † and M. Malac
    Philosophical Magazine 84 (25-26): 2607-2617. 2004.
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    Once failed, twice shy: How group-based competition influences risk preference in young children
    with Jiajie Wang, Xiaofeng Lv, and Yansong Li
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (4): 397-401. 2016.
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    Supervisor–Subordinate Guanxi and Trust in Supervisor: A Qualitative Inquiry in the People’s Republic of China (review)
    with Yong Han and Zhenglong Peng
    Journal of Business Ethics 108 (3): 313-324. 2012.
    In the People’s Republic of China (PRC), we investigated the relationships between supervisor–subordinate guanxi and trust in supervisor in firms with different types of ownership from both supervisor and subordinate’s sides. Utilising a qualitative approach, the findings of this study showed there was a direct relationship of superior–subordinate guanxi on trust in supervisor. The findings were discussed in the theoretical context of—social exchange theory, social identity theory and the theory…Read more
  • Electron-optical phase shift of magnetic nanoparticles I. Basic concepts
    with M. Beleggia
    Philosophical Magazine 83 (8): 1045-1057. 2003.
    The electron-optical phase shift induced in the electron beam due to the interaction with the electromagnetic field of magnetized nanoparticles of defined shape and arbitrary dimensions is calculated, presented and discussed. Together with the computable knowledge of vector potential and magnetic induction, including the demagnetizing field, and with the extension to more realistic geometries which will be presented in part II, this theoretical framework can be employed for the interpretation of…Read more
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    Electron-optical phase shift of magnetic nanoparticles II. Polyhedral particles
    with M. Beleggia, S. Tandon, and M. De Graef
    Philosophical Magazine 83 (9): 1143-1161. 2003.
    A method is presented to compute the electron-optical phase shift for a magnetized polyhedral nanoparticle, with either a uniform magnetization or a closure domain . The method relies on an analytical expression for the shape amplitude, combined with a reciprocal-space description of the magnetic vector potential. The model is used to construct two building blocks from which more complex structures can be generated. Phase computations are also presented for the five Platonic and 13 Archimedean s…Read more