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Figure 4: Global minimum candidate structures of homogenous and binary clusters of the alkaline earth metals beryllium (indigo), magnesium (yellow), and calcium (red). The caption X/Y/Z denotes the number of beryllium atoms X, of magnesium atoms Y, and calcium atoms Z. All graphics are obtained with Jmol [23] and POV-ray [24].