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Most likely, those were stripped from the particle by the electron beam by knock-on damage. The particle appears to have a very well-defined FCC structure. 15b), we can see that there are important variations on the atomic columns. 15c, there are more single atoms which are still on the surface of the particle. Significant variations on the thickness of the layers of atoms can be seen. We can conclude that despite the very clear HAADF image, the nanoparticle has already suffered a significant damage by knock-on process.
Dose rate as well as the accumulated dose delivering the electrons in a time shorter than that required for significant diffusion might produce less mass loss; therefore, cryomicroscopy is very convenient for cluster structure analysis. In most cases, liquid nitrogen cooling is enough to study clusters. In a recent paper, Azubel et al.  studied the monometallic cluster Au69(SR)x using a very similar concept to the one described in this proposal. They use cryo- TEM and standard low-dose methods.
Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy: Applications to Nanomaterials by Francis Leonard Deepak, Alvaro Mayoral, Raul Arenal