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A Versatile Common Platform for Quantum Transport Measurements in Fluidic, Cryogenic, and In Situ Electron Microscopy Environments

  • Jacob L. Swett (a1), Ivan I. Kravchenko (a2), O. E. Dyck (a2), S. Jesse (a2) and J. A. Mol (a1) (a3)...
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*Corresponding author: jacob.swett@materials.ox.ac.uk

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[2]Heerema, S. J., et al. Probing DNA translocations with inplane current signals in a graphene nanoribbon with a nanopore. ACS Nano 12.3, (2018).
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[6]The authors thank Scott Retterer, Kevin Lester, Dayrl Briggs, Bernadeta Srijanto, and James Yates for their assistance with aspects of the fabrication and design.

A Versatile Common Platform for Quantum Transport Measurements in Fluidic, Cryogenic, and In Situ Electron Microscopy Environments

  • Jacob L. Swett (a1), Ivan I. Kravchenko (a2), O. E. Dyck (a2), S. Jesse (a2) and J. A. Mol (a1) (a3)...

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