Conductance Channels of Gold Atomic-Size Contacts

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SCHEER, Elke, Wolfgang BELZIG, Michel H. DEVORET, Daniel ESTEVE, Cristián URBINA, 2000. Conductance Channels of Gold Atomic-Size Contacts. In: IGOR O., Kulik, ed.. Quantum mesoscopic phenomena and mesoscopic devices in microelectronics : proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum Mesoscopic Phenomena and Mesoscopic Devices in Microelectronics, Ankara, Turkey, 13 - 25 June 1999, pp. 27-34. ISBN 0-7923-6626-3

@inproceedings{Scheer2000Condu-5190, title={Conductance Channels of Gold Atomic-Size Contacts}, year={2000}, isbn={0-7923-6626-3}, booktitle={Quantum mesoscopic phenomena and mesoscopic devices in microelectronics : proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum Mesoscopic Phenomena and Mesoscopic Devices in Microelectronics, Ankara, Turkey, 13 - 25 June 1999}, pages={27--34}, editor={Igor O., Kulik}, author={Scheer, Elke and Belzig, Wolfgang and Devoret, Michel H. and Esteve, Daniel and Urbina, Cristián} }

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