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Novel Conductive and Transparent Optical Fiber Probe for Multifunctional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

By Guo Xinli and Fujita Daisuki

Submitted: February 15th 2011Reviewed: August 29th 2011Published: February 22nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/27028

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Guo Xinli and Fujita Daisuki (February 22nd 2012). Novel Conductive and Transparent Optical Fiber Probe for Multifunctional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Selected Topics on Optical Fiber Technology Moh. Yasin, Sulaiman W. Harun and Hamzah Arof, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/27028. Available from:

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