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Most Cited Articles of Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics

Thermal boundary resistanceReviews of Modern Physics19892K
Entropic elasticity of lambda-phage DNAScience19941.8K
Coulomb blockade and the Kondo effect in single-atom transistorsNature20021.7K
Vegard's lawPhysical Review A19911.6K
Current-driven magnetization reversal and spin-wave excitations in Co /Cu /Co pillarsPhysical Review Letters20001.6K
The genome of the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana: ecology, evolution, and metabolismScience20041.6K
Lower limit to the thermal conductivity of disordered crystalsPhysical Review B19921.6K
Thermal conductivity measurement from 30 to 750 K: the 3ω methodReview of Scientific Instruments19901.3K
Electron-ion pseudopotentials in metalsPhysics Letters19661.2K
Spin transfer torquesJournal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials20081.2K
High-mobility three-atom-thick semiconducting films with wafer-scale homogeneityNature20151.2K
Valleytronics. The valley Hall effect in MoS₂ transistorsScience20141.1K
Single-molecule vibrational spectroscopy and microscopyScience19981.1K
Current-induced switching of domains in magnetic multilayer devicesScience19991.1K
Late stages of spinodal decomposition in binary mixturesPhysical Review A19791K
Intrinsic localized modes in anharmonic crystalsPhysical Review Letters19881K
Extreme quantum entanglement in a superposition of macroscopically distinct statesPhysical Review Letters1990933
Crackling noiseNature2001827
Metallic Hydrogen: A High-Temperature Superconductor?Physical Review Letters1968814
Single-walled carbon nanotube electronicsIEEE Nanotechnology Magazine2002804
Universally sloppy parameter sensitivities in systems biology modelsPLoS Computational Biology2007765
Tightly bound excitons in monolayer WSe(2)Physical Review Letters2014744
Flux Creep in Type-II SuperconductorsPhysical Review1969704
Hydrogen dominant metallic alloys: high temperature superconductors?Physical Review Letters2004698
Recent Developments in Rayleigh-Bénard ConvectionAnnual Review of Fluid Mechanics2000669