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Oxide interfaces

Streaks of conduction

Scanning probe techniques reveal an intricate interplay between the formation of structural domains in strontium titanate and electronic transport effects at oxide interfaces.

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Figure 1: Strontium titanate domains influence quantum wells at an oxide interface.


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Brinkman, A. Streaks of conduction. Nature Mater 12, 1085–1086 (2013).

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