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Plasmonic phenomena in molecular junctions : principles and applications

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WANG, Maoning, Tao WANG, Oluwafemi S. OJAMBATI, Thorin Jake DUFFIN, Keehoon KANG, Takhee LEE, Elke SCHEER, Dong XIANG, Christian A. NIJHUIS, 2022. Plasmonic phenomena in molecular junctions : principles and applications. In: Nature Reviews Chemistry. Springer Nature. eISSN 2397-3358. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41570-022-00423-4

@article{Wang2022Plasm-58687, title={Plasmonic phenomena in molecular junctions : principles and applications}, year={2022}, doi={10.1038/s41570-022-00423-4}, journal={Nature Reviews Chemistry}, author={Wang, Maoning and Wang, Tao and Ojambati, Oluwafemi S. and Duffin, Thorin Jake and Kang, Keehoon and Lee, Takhee and Scheer, Elke and Xiang, Dong and Nijhuis, Christian A.} }

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