Electronic properties of the MoS 2 -WS 2 heterojunction

@article{Kosmider2013ElectronicPO,
  title={Electronic properties of the MoS 2 -WS 2 heterojunction},
  author={Krzysztof Ko'smider and Joaqu'in Fern'andez-Rossier},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2013},
  volume={87},
  pages={075451}
}
This work has been financially supported by MEC-Spain (Grants FIS2010-21883-C02-01, and CONSOLIDER CSD2007-0010) and Generalitat Valenciana, Grant Prometeo 2012-11. 

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