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Fig. 4

From: Real-time tracking of metal nucleation via local perturbation of hydration layers

Fig. 4

Dynamic growth of a Cu nucleus on the ITO surface at constant overpotential. The force micrograph at 14 s after the potential step is shown in a, where a copper nucleus is highlighted in blue. Contours of the copper features at 14, 22, 32 and 49 s are presented in b, while c shows the shear-force as a function of time and position (over the dotted line in b). The scale bars in a and b represent 12 nm

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