High-frequency EPR on high-spin transition-metal sites

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MATHIES, Guinevere, 2012. High-frequency EPR on high-spin transition-metal sites [Dissertation]. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. Leiden:Universiteit Leiden. ISBN 9789085939269

@phdthesis{Mathies2012-03-01Highf-44859, publisher={Universiteit Leiden}, title={High-frequency EPR on high-spin transition-metal sites}, url={http://hdl.handle.net/1887/18552}, year={2012}, address={Leiden}, school={Universiteit Leiden}, author={Mathies, Guinevere} }

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