Spintronics with graphene quantum dots

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DROTH, Matthias, Guido BURKARD, 2015. Spintronics with graphene quantum dots

@unpublished{Droth2015Spint-32323, title={Spintronics with graphene quantum dots}, year={2015}, author={Droth, Matthias and Burkard, Guido} }

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