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The CC BY licence allows you to:
- Copy, distribute and transmit the Final Published Version and/or the Version of Record of the article for non-commercial purposes and
- Post the Final Published Version and/or the Version of Record of the article in a non-commercial repository at any time after publication by IOP (see our Author Rights Policy for information on commercial repositories)
on the condition that (see licence for full terms):
- Attribution to the author(s), the title of the work, journal citation and DOI is maintained
- A link to the licence is provided
- You indicate if any changes were made and
- The content is only used for non-commercial purposes (note that publishing a research article or a figure in another publication is deemed to be
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Please note that you must still obtain express permission from the relevant copyright owner to reuse any third party content contained within the article (as content which is not original to the article will not be covered by the CC BY-NC-ND licence).