Femtosecond THz studies of intra-excitonic transitions


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HUBER, Rupert, Ben A. SCHMID, Robert A. KAINDL, Daniel S. CHEMLA, 2008. Femtosecond THz studies of intra-excitonic transitions. In: Physica Status Solidi (b). 245(6), pp. 1041-1048

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