Directed assembly of layered perovskite heterostructures as single crystals
Nature, September 2021
Michael L. Aubrey, Abraham Saldivar Valdes, Marina R. Filip, Bridget A. Connor, Kurt P. Lindquist, Jeffrey B. Neaton, Hemamala I. Karunadasa
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|Physics and Astronomy||14||8%|
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