Capturing atomic-scale carrier dynamics with electrons

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BAUM, Peter, Ferenc KRAUSZ, 2017. Capturing atomic-scale carrier dynamics with electrons. In: Chemical Physics Letters. 683, pp. 57-61. ISSN 0009-2614. eISSN 1873-4448. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.cplett.2017.03.073

@article{Baum2017-09Captu-43254, title={Capturing atomic-scale carrier dynamics with electrons}, year={2017}, doi={10.1016/j.cplett.2017.03.073}, volume={683}, issn={0009-2614}, journal={Chemical Physics Letters}, pages={57--61}, author={Baum, Peter and Krausz, Ferenc} }

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