Near-field effects and energy transfer in hybrid metal-oxide nanostructures

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HERR, Ulrich, Balati KUERBANJIANG, Cahit BENEL, Giorgos PAPAGEORGIOU, Manuel GONCALVES, Johannes BONEBERG, Paul LEIDERER, Paul ZIEMANN, Peter MAREK, Horst HAHN, 2013. Near-field effects and energy transfer in hybrid metal-oxide nanostructures. In: Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. 4, pp. 306-317. eISSN 2190-4286

@article{Herr2013Near--26670, title={Near-field effects and energy transfer in hybrid metal-oxide nanostructures}, year={2013}, doi={10.3762/bjnano.4.34}, volume={4}, journal={Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology}, pages={306--317}, author={Herr, Ulrich and Kuerbanjiang, Balati and Benel, Cahit and Papageorgiou, Giorgos and Goncalves, Manuel and Boneberg, Johannes and Leiderer, Paul and Ziemann, Paul and Marek, Peter and Hahn, Horst} }

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