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Statistical Measurement of Polar Displacements in Complex Oxides

  • Leixin Miao (a1), Debangshu Mukherjee (a1), Greg Stone (a1) and Nasim Alem (a1)
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[11] Leixin Miao and Debangshu Mukherjee contributed equally to the work. This work was funded by the Penn State MRSEC, Center for Nanoscale Science, under the award NSF DMR-1420620.

Statistical Measurement of Polar Displacements in Complex Oxides

  • Leixin Miao (a1), Debangshu Mukherjee (a1), Greg Stone (a1) and Nasim Alem (a1)

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