Magnetic ordering through itinerant ferromagnetism in a metal–organic framework
Nature Chemistry, April 2021
Jesse G. Park, Brianna A. Collins, Lucy E. Darago, Tomče Runčevski, Michael E. Ziebel, Michael L. Aubrey, Henry Z. H. Jiang, Ever Velasquez, Mark A. Green, Jason D. Goodpaster, Jeffrey R. Long
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|Physics and Astronomy||5||7%|
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