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Models and mountains

A microscopy technique allows the identification of parameters in a paradigmatic model of condensed-matter physics.

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Fig. 1: Illustration of the WSe2/WS2 moiré superlattice.


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Guillamón, I. Models and mountains. Nat. Phys. 17, 1077–1078 (2021).

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