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Designing Solid Materials from Their Solute State : A Shift in Paradigms toward a Holistic Approach in Functional Materials Chemistry

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GEBAUER, Denis, Stephan E. WOLF, 2019. Designing Solid Materials from Their Solute State : A Shift in Paradigms toward a Holistic Approach in Functional Materials Chemistry. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society : JACS. 141(11), pp. 4490-4504. ISSN 0002-7863. eISSN 1520-5126. Available under: doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b13231

@article{Gebauer2019-03-20Desig-45616, title={Designing Solid Materials from Their Solute State : A Shift in Paradigms toward a Holistic Approach in Functional Materials Chemistry}, year={2019}, doi={10.1021/jacs.8b13231}, number={11}, volume={141}, issn={0002-7863}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society : JACS}, pages={4490--4504}, author={Gebauer, Denis and Wolf, Stephan E.} }

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