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Phase transition singled out

Nature Chemistry volume 5, pages 363364 (2013) | Download Citation

Four-dimensional electron microscopy has been applied to the detailed characterization of metal–organic-framework nanoparticles undergoing an electronic transition. The transition characteristics of a single particle were found to differ from those of an ensemble, and also to vary from one nanoparticle to the next.

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