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Photographs of the steady laminar diffusion flames employed in the analysis of soot microstructure and dimensionless extinction coefficient. The two leftmost flames are fueled by methane, the next two are fueled by ethylene, and the rightmost flame is fueled by a 3:1 mixture of nitrogen and kerosene. The image height for the slot burner flames is 65 mm whereas that for the coannular burner is 120 mm. 2. TEM grid sampling and analysis For the laminar flames, TEM grid samples were collected using a rapid-injection, short-hold thermophoretic sampling technique with the grids oriented vertically in an ultraslim grid holder, to minimize flame disturbance .