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Ultrafast electron transport in layered semiconductors studied with femtosecond-laser photoemission

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RETTENBERGER, Armin, Paul LEIDERER, Matthias PROBST, Richard HAIGHT, 1997. Ultrafast electron transport in layered semiconductors studied with femtosecond-laser photoemission. In: Physical Review B. 56(19), pp. 12092-12095. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.56.12092

@article{Rettenberger1997Ultra-9151, title={Ultrafast electron transport in layered semiconductors studied with femtosecond-laser photoemission}, year={1997}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevB.56.12092}, number={19}, volume={56}, journal={Physical Review B}, pages={12092--12095}, author={Rettenberger, Armin and Leiderer, Paul and Probst, Matthias and Haight, Richard} }

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