Reply to : “Topological and trivial domain wall states in engineered atomic chains”
Huda, M. N., Kezilebieke, S., Ojanen, T., Drost, R., & Liljeroth, P. (2022). Reply to : “Topological and trivial domain wall states in engineered atomic chains”. npj Quantum Materials, 7, Article 23. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41535-022-00425-x
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