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Uranium memory

Nature Chemistry volume 3, pages 426427 (2011) | Download Citation

A diuranium compound featuring an arene bridge shows single-molecule-magnet behaviour, which could arise from a mechanism different from the traditional 'super-exchange' spin coupling.

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