28-fs electron pulses for atomic-scale diffraction

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GLISERIN, Alexander, Matthew WALBRAN, Ferenc KRAUSZ, Peter BAUM, 2015. 28-fs electron pulses for atomic-scale diffraction. In: Nature Communications. Nature Publishing Group. eISSN 2041-1723

@article{Gliserin2015elect-51898, title={28-fs electron pulses for atomic-scale diffraction}, year={2015}, journal={Nature Communications}, author={Gliserin, Alexander and Walbran, Matthew and Krausz, Ferenc and Baum, Peter} }

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