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  • P Kumaravadivel
  • M T Greenaway
  • D Perello
  • A Berdyugin
  • J Birkbeck
  • S Liu
  • J H Edgar
  • A K Geim
  • L Eaves
  • R Krishna Kumar

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Strong magnetophonon oscillations in extra-large graphene. / Kumaravadivel, P; Greenaway, M T; Perello, D; Berdyugin, A; Birkbeck, J; Wengraf, J; Liu, S; Edgar, J H; Geim, A K; Eaves, L; Krishna Kumar, R.

In: Nature Communications, Vol. 10, 3334, 26.07.2019.

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Kumaravadivel, P, Greenaway, MT, Perello, D, Berdyugin, A, Birkbeck, J, Wengraf, J, Liu, S, Edgar, JH, Geim, AK, Eaves, L & Krishna Kumar, R 2019, 'Strong magnetophonon oscillations in extra-large graphene', Nature Communications, vol. 10, 3334. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11379-3

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Kumaravadivel, P., Greenaway, M. T., Perello, D., Berdyugin, A., Birkbeck, J., Wengraf, J., ... Krishna Kumar, R. (2019). Strong magnetophonon oscillations in extra-large graphene. Nature Communications, 10, [3334]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11379-3

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Kumaravadivel P, Greenaway MT, Perello D, Berdyugin A, Birkbeck J, Wengraf J et al. Strong magnetophonon oscillations in extra-large graphene. Nature Communications. 2019 Jul 26;10. 3334. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11379-3

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Kumaravadivel, P ; Greenaway, M T ; Perello, D ; Berdyugin, A ; Birkbeck, J ; Wengraf, J ; Liu, S ; Edgar, J H ; Geim, A K ; Eaves, L ; Krishna Kumar, R. / Strong magnetophonon oscillations in extra-large graphene. In: Nature Communications. 2019 ; Vol. 10.

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