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Doping VO2 with tungsten can lower the metal–insulator transition (MIT) temperature and thus provide a controlled means for tailoring the MIT properties of VO2 materials. Here, infrared spectroscopy has been employed as a tool for identifying structural changes in doped VO2 as a way of lowering the MIT temperature.
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