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Chen, L.,* Tsui, M.M.P., Lam, J.C.W., Hu, C., Wang, Q.,Zhou, B., Lam, P.K.S. 
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Anand Archana, Benoit Thibodeau, Naomi Geeraert, Min Nina Xu, Shuh-Ji Kao, David M. Baker
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