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Electron-Hole Interference in an Inverted-Band Semiconductor Bilayer

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KARALIC, Matija, Antonio ŠTRKALJ, Michele MASSERONI, Wei CHEN, Christopher MITTAG, Thomas TSCHIRKY, Werner WEGSCHEIDER, Thomas IHN, Klaus ENSSLIN, Oded ZILBERBERG, 2020. Electron-Hole Interference in an Inverted-Band Semiconductor Bilayer. In: Physical Review X. American Physical Society (APS). 10(3), 031007. eISSN 2160-3308. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevX.10.031007

@article{Karalic2020Elect-55218, title={Electron-Hole Interference in an Inverted-Band Semiconductor Bilayer}, year={2020}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevX.10.031007}, number={3}, volume={10}, journal={Physical Review X}, author={Karalic, Matija and Štrkalj, Antonio and Masseroni, Michele and Chen, Wei and Mittag, Christopher and Tschirky, Thomas and Wegscheider, Werner and Ihn, Thomas and Ensslin, Klaus and Zilberberg, Oded}, note={Article Number: 031007} }

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