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G. Wilson and Yoffe , Rao and Pisharody , and Balchin . 1. STRUCTURE AND POLYTYPES The layered TMDCs have composition where T is a group IV, V, or VI transition metal and X is S, Se or Te. The basic building blocks of these materials are sandwiches, each consisting of a hexagonal sheet of transition metal atoms between two similar sheets of chalcogen atoms. These sandwiches, with strong internal bonds, are usually referred to as “layers”, although each of them is actually composed of three atomic layers.