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{{cite journal|last1=Huang|first1=M.|last2=Hsu|first2=C.-H.|last3=Wang|first3=J.|last4=Mei|first4=S.|last5=Dong|first5=X.|last6=Li|first6=Y.|last7=Li|first7=M.|last8=Liu|first8=H.|last9=Zhang|first9=W.|last10=Aida|first10=T.|last11=Zhang|first11=W.-B.|last12=Yue|first12=K.|last13=Cheng|first13=S. Z. D.|title=Selective assemblies of giant tetrahedra via precisely controlled positional interactions|journal=Science|date=23 April 2015|volume=348|issue=6233|pages=424–428|doi=10.1126/science.aaa2421}} {{Subscription needed|via=[[AAAS]]}}
  • Huang, M.; Hsu, C.-H.; Wang, J.; Mei, S.; Dong, X.; Li, Y.; Li, M.; Liu, H.; Zhang, W.; Aida, T.; Zhang, W.-B.; Yue, K.; Cheng, S. Z. D. (23 April 2015). "Selective assemblies of giant tetrahedra via precisely controlled positional interactions". Science. 348 (6233): 424–428. doi:10.1126/science.aaa2421.  – via AAAS (subscription required)
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