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Measurement of Optical Excitations in Low-Dimensional Materials by Using a Monochromated Electron Source

  • Ryosuke Senga (a1), Thomas Pichler (a2) and Kazu Suenaga (a1)
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[10] RS acknowledge funding from JSPS KAKENHI, 17H04797. Dr. H Kataura is thanked for their sample preparations..

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