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Amenable, locally compact groups by Jean-Paul Pier

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In contrast, s-wave pairing is not disrupted by a (nonmagnetic) surface, i. e. a surface does not act as a pair-breaking scatterer. Consequently, the order parameter will not be diminished which is the crucial distinction. 2 Scanning Tunnelling Spectroscopy (STS) The enormous potential of the scanning tunnelling microscope (STM) is the ability to measure the tunnel spectrum at any desired position of the STM tip on the sample. Therefore, the STM provides access to both, the topography of a surface and its local electronic structure.

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