AlH3 and Al2H6 : magic clusters with unmagical properties

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RAO, Bijan K., Purusottam JENA, Stefan BURKART, Gerd GANTEFÖR, Gotthard SEIFERT, 2001. AlH3 and Al2H6 : magic clusters with unmagical properties. In: Physical Review Letters. 86(4), pp. 692-695. Available under: doi: 10.17877/DE290R-12122

@article{Rao2001Al2H6-4771, title={AlH3 and Al2H6 : magic clusters with unmagical properties}, year={2001}, doi={10.17877/DE290R-12122}, number={4}, volume={86}, journal={Physical Review Letters}, pages={692--695}, author={Rao, Bijan K. and Jena, Purusottam and Burkart, Stefan and Ganteför, Gerd and Seifert, Gotthard} }

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