A new view on the origin of zero-bias anomalies of Co atoms atop noble metal surfaces

@article{Bouaziz2020ANV,
  title={A new view on the origin of zero-bias anomalies of Co atoms atop noble metal surfaces},
  author={Juba Bouaziz and Filipe Souza Mendes Guimar{\~a}es and Samir Lounis},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Many-body phenomena are paramount in physics. In condensed matter, their hallmark is considerable on a wide range of material characteristics spanning electronic, magnetic, thermodynamic and transport properties. They potentially imprint non-trivial signatures in spectroscopic measurements, such as those assigned to Kondo, excitonic and polaronic features, whose emergence depends on the involved degrees of freedom. Here, we address systematically zero-bias anomalies detected by scanning… 

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