Atom devices based on single dopants in silicon nanostructures
Discover Nano, July 2011
Daniel Moraru, Arief Udhiarto, Miftahul Anwar, Roland Nowak, Ryszard Jablonski, Earfan Hamid, Juli Cha Tarido, Takeshi Mizuno, Michiharu Tabe
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|Physics and Astronomy||20||43%|
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