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Logan J.A., Patel S.J., Harrington S.D., Polley C.M., Schultz B.D., Balasubramanian T., Janotti A., Mikkelsen A., Palmstrøm C.J..  2016.  Observation of a topologically non-trivial surface state in half-Heusler PtLuSb (001) thin films. Nature Communications. 7, 11993
Marshall E.D, Lau S.S, Palmstrom C.J, Sands T., Schwartz C.L, Schwarz S.A, Harbison J.P, Florez L.T.  1989.  Ohmic contact formation mechanism in the Ge/Pd/n-GaAs system. Chemistry and defects in semiconductor heterostructures Symposium. :163-8.
Crooker S.A, Furis M., Lou X., Crowell P.A, Smith D.L, Adelmann C., Palmstrom C.J.  2007.  Optical and electrical spin injection and spin transport in hybrid Fe/GaAs devices. Journal of Applied Physics. 101
Choi S.G, Dattelbaum A.M, Picraux S.T, Srivastava S.K, Palmstrom C.J.  2008.  Optical properties and critical-point energies of BaTiO3 (001) from 1.5 to 5.2 eV. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 26:1718-1722.
Choi S.G, Srivastava S.K, Palmstrom C.J.  2005.  Optical properties of AlGaSb alloys grown by MBE. AIP Conference Proceedings. :125-6.
Choi S.G, Srivastava S.K, Palmstrom C.J, Kim Y.D, Cooper S.L, Aspnes D.E.  2005.  Optical properties of (GaSb)(3n)(AlSb)(n) (1 <= n <= 5) superlattices. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B. 23:1149-1153.
Isakovic A.F, Carr D.M, Strand J., Schultz B.D, Palmstrom C.J, Crowell P.A.  2001.  Optical pumping in ferromagnet-semiconductor heterostructures: Magneto-optics and spin transport. Physical Review B. 64
Isakovic A.F, Carr D.M, Strand J., Schultz B.D, Palmstrom C.J, Crowell P.A.  2002.  Optically pumped transport in ferromagnet-semiconductor Schottky diodes (invited). Journal of Applied Physics. 91:7261-7266.
McFadden A.P, Brown-Heft T., Pennachio D., Wilson N.S., Logan J.A., Palmstrøm C.J..  2017.  Oxygen migration in epitaxial CoFe/MgO/Co2MnSi magnetic tunnel junctions. Journal of Applied Physics. 122,1139026