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Thousands of exotic ‘topological’ materials discovered through sweeping search
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Nature 560, 151-152 (2018)
Updates & Corrections
Correction 17 August 2018: An earlier version of this article said that the properties of a topological insulator were first seen experimentally in bismuth antimony in 2008. In fact, the property was first observed in mercury telluride in 2007. The text has been amended to reflect this.
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