Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111)

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Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111). / Queck, Fabian; Albrecht, Florian; Mutombo, Pingo; Krejci, Ondrej; Jelínek, Pavel; McLean, Alastair; Repp, Jascha.

In: Nanoscale, Vol. 11, No. 26, 14.07.2019, p. 12695-12703.

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Queck, F, Albrecht, F, Mutombo, P, Krejci, O, Jelínek, P, McLean, A & Repp, J 2019, 'Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111)', Nanoscale, vol. 11, no. 26, pp. 12695-12703. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9nr00934e

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Queck, F., Albrecht, F., Mutombo, P., Krejci, O., Jelínek, P., McLean, A., & Repp, J. (2019). Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111). Nanoscale, 11(26), 12695-12703. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9nr00934e

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Queck F, Albrecht F, Mutombo P, Krejci O, Jelínek P, McLean A et al. Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111). Nanoscale. 2019 Jul 14;11(26):12695-12703. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9nr00934e

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Queck, Fabian ; Albrecht, Florian ; Mutombo, Pingo ; Krejci, Ondrej ; Jelínek, Pavel ; McLean, Alastair ; Repp, Jascha. / Interface dipoles of Ir(ppy)3 on Cu(111). In: Nanoscale. 2019 ; Vol. 11, No. 26. pp. 12695-12703.

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