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Bittencourt, C., Krueger, P., Lagos, M. J., Ke, X., Van Tendeloo, G., Ewels, C., Umek, P. & Guttmann, P. (2012) Towards atomic resolution in sodium titanate nanotubes using near-edge X-ray-absorption fine-structure spectromicroscopy combined with multichannel multiple-scattering calculations. Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 3 789–797.   
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Ewels, P., Sikora, T., Serin, V., Ewels, C. P. & Lajaunie, L. (2016) A Complete Overhaul of the Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Database: eelsdb.eu. Microsc. microanal. 22 717–724.   
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Galvis, J. A., Rodiere, P., Guillamon, I., Osorio, M. R., Rodrigo, J. G., Cario, L., Navarro-Moratalla, E., Coronado, E., Vieira, S. & Suderow, H. (2013) Scanning tunneling measurements of layers of superconducting 2H-TaSe2: Evidence for a zero-bias anomaly in single layers. Phys. Rev. B, 87 094502.   
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Kinyanjui, M. K., Benner, G., Pavia, G., Boucher, F., Habermeier, H. .-U., Keimer, B. & Kaiser, U. (2015) Spatially and momentum resolved energy electron loss spectra from an ultra-thin PrNiO3 layer. Appl. Phys. Lett. 106 203102.   
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Long, Y. Z., Duvail, J. L., Li, M. M., Gu, C., Liu, Z. & Ringer, S. P. (2010) Electrical Conductivity Studies on Individual Conjugated Polymer Nanowires: Two-Probe and Four-Probe Results. Nanoscale Res. Lett. 5 237–242.   
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