High magnetic fields in chemistry


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STEINER, Ulrich, Peter GILCH, 2003. High magnetic fields in chemistry. In: FRITZ HERLACH …, , ed.. High magnetic fields : 2. Theory and experiments I. Singapore:World Scientific. ISBN 978-981-02-4965-6

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