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    • Jonathan E. Spanier
    • , Vladimir M. Fridkin
    • , Andrew R. Akbashev
    • , Alessia Polemi
    • , Zongquan Gu
    • , Christopher J. Hawley
    • , Dominic Imbrenda
    • , Geoffrey Xiao
    • , Andrew L. Bennett-Jackson
    •  & Craig L. Johnson
  2. Shubnikov Institute for Crystallography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 117333, Russian Federation

    • Vladimir M. Fridkin
  3. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6323, USA

    • Andrew M. Rappe
    •  & Yubo Qi
  4. US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC 20375, USA

    • Steve M. Young

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