Design and realisation of small spin-valve transistors for magnetoresistance microscopy

G.F. ten Berge

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    Original languageUndefined
    Place of PublicationEnschede
    PublisherSystems and Materials for Information Storage (SMI)
    Publication statusPublished - 1998

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    • METIS-115974

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    ten Berge, G. F. (1998). Design and realisation of small spin-valve transistors for magnetoresistance microscopy. Enschede: Systems and Materials for Information Storage (SMI).
    ten Berge, G.F. / Design and realisation of small spin-valve transistors for magnetoresistance microscopy. Enschede : Systems and Materials for Information Storage (SMI), 1998.
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    Enschede : Systems and Materials for Information Storage (SMI), 1998.

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