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Alloying in semiconductors has enabled many civilian technologies in optoelectronic, photonic fields and more. While the phenomenon of alloying is well established in traditional bulk semiconductors, owing to vastly available

Alloying in semiconductors has enabled many civilian technologies in optoelectronic, photonic fields and more. While the phenomenon of alloying is well established in traditional bulk semiconductors, owing to vastly available ternary phase diagrams, the ability to alloy in 2D systems are less clear. Recently anisotropic materials such as ReS2 and TiS3 have been extensively studied due to their direct-gap semiconductor and high mobility behaviors. This work is a report on alloys of ReS2 & ReSe2 and TiS3 &TiSe3.

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