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Tunable Two-Dimensional Group-III Metal Alloys

  title={Tunable Two-Dimensional Group-III Metal Alloys},
  author={Siavash Rajabpour and Alexander Vera and Wen He and Boris Katz and Roland J. Koch and Margaux Lassauni{\`e}re and Xuegang Chen and Cequn Li and Katharina Nisi and Hesham M El-Sherif and Maxwell T Wetherington and Chengye Dong and Aaron Bostwick and Chris Jozwiak and Adri C. T. Duin and Nabil D Bassim and Jun Zhu and Gwo-Ching Wang and Ursula Wurstbauer and Eli Rotenberg and Vincent H. Crespi and Su Ying Quek and Joshua A. Robinson},
Siavash Rajabpour1,2, Alexander Vera2,3, Wen He4,5, Benjamin N. Katz2,6, Roland J. Koch7, Margaux Lassaunière8,9, Xuegang Chen10, Cequn Li2,6, Katharina Nisi8,11, Hesham El-Sherif12, Maxwell T. Wetherington3,13, Chengye Dong2,14, Aaron Bostwick7, Chris Jozwiak7, Adri C.T. van Duin,1,2,3,13,14,15,16,17, Nabil Bassim12,18, Jun Zhu2,6, Gwo-Ching Wang10, Ursula Wurstbauer8,9, Eli Rotenberg7, Vincent Crespi2,3,6,13,14,16, Su Ying Quek4,5,19,20, Joshua A. Robinson.2,3,13,14* 

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