Observation of highly dispersive bands in pure thin film C60

@article{Latzke2019ObservationOH,
  title={Observation of highly dispersive bands in pure thin film 
C60},
  author={Drew W. Latzke and Claudia Ojeda-Aristizabal and Sin{\'e}ad M. Griffin and Jonathan D. Denlinger and Jeffrey B. Neaton and Alex Zettl and Alessandra Lanzara},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2019}
}
Author(s): Latzke, DW; Ojeda-Aristizabal, C; Griffin, SM; Denlinger, JD; Neaton, JB; Zettl, A; Lanzara, A | Abstract: © 2019 American Physical Society. While long-theorized, the direct observation of multiple highly dispersive C60 valence bands has eluded researchers for more than two decades due to a variety of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Here we report a realization of multiple highly dispersive (330-520 meV) valence bands in pure thin film C60 on a novel substrate - the three… 
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