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Crystal Structure of URu2Si2.

In this model of the crystal structure of URu2Si2, gold, grey and blue spheres correspond to uranium, rubidium and silicon atoms, respectively. The black rectangle marks the cut of the unit cell for which we show electronic states in Fig. 2.

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Image showing space-resolved electronic density of states.

The figure shows space-resolved electronic density of states. The inset shows the calculated electronic density Α(r,ω=0) at 20 K, as measured by scanning tunneling microscopy experiments.

The main panel shows the energy dependence of the electronic density of states at various positions in real space. For each colored dot we show a curve of the same color in the main panel.

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