Lateral heterostructures of two-dimensional materials by electron-beam induced stitching

  title={Lateral heterostructures of two-dimensional materials by electron-beam induced stitching},
  author={Andreas Winter and Antony George and Christof Neumann and Zian Tang and Michael J. Mohn and Johannes Biskupek and Nirul Masurkar and Leela Mohana Reddy Arava and Thomas Weimann and Uwe Hubner and Ute Kaiser and Andrey Turchanin},
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