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As it is possible to see in (a), atoms are already stripped out of the particle. In (b, c) the intensity of each atomic column was measured and plotted on a color scale. The difference on the colors represents variations on the number of atoms. This indicates that the cluster has already suffered knock-on radiation damage steel knife. Every PAGE gel fraction is put in a 2 mL Eppendorf tube, covered with 2 mL ddH2O, and incubated at 37° to favor diffusion of nanoclusters from gel matrix to solvent.