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Determining the 3D Atomic Coordinates and Crystal Defects in 2D Materials with Picometer Precision

  • Xuezeng Tian (a1), Dennis S. Kim (a1), Shize Yang (a2) (a3), Christopher J. Ciccarino (a4) (a5), Yongji Gong (a6), Yongsoo Yang (a1) (a7), Yao Yang (a1), Blake Duschatko (a4), Yakun Yuan (a1), Pulickel M. Ajayan (a6), Juan-Carlos Idrobo (a2), Prineha Narang (a4) and Jianwei Miao (a1)...
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*Corresponding author: miao@physics.ucla.edu

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[12]This work was supported by the Office of Basic Energy Sciences of the US DOE (DE-SC0010378), STROBE: A National Science Foundation Science & Technology Center (DMR-1548924), the Division of Materials Research of the US NSF (DMR-1437263), by an Army Research Office MURI grant on Ab-Initio Solid-State Quantum Materials: Design, Production, and Characterization at the Atomic Scale (18057522), and by the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences, which is a Department of Energy Office of Science User Facility (JCI).

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