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Conductance asymmetry in point-contacts on epitaxial thin films of
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12.PCS is known to be a surface sensitive probe. However, it is less surface sensitive than scanning tunneling spectroscopy where only one atomic layer on the surface is probed. In our measurements we can probe several monolayers below the surface. Therefore, it is rational to consider our observation as a bulk property of the material.
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