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01 A˚, which are very near the typical values of the reported large a-tetragonal boron crystals of sizes in the micrometer to millimeter range. 74 A˚. Note that such a small compression would be very difficult to directly observe in transmission electron microscope (TEM) lattice-fringe images. The synthesized BNB have a width of 30–100 nm, thickness of 10–50 nm, and length from a few mm to over 15 mm. Kimura and co-workers125 investigated boron nanobelts that have a-tetragonal boron structure. They used electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) and soft X-ray emission spectroscopy (SXES) in a transmission electron microscope.

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