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Ligand‐Programmed Consecutive Symmetry Break(s) in Nanoparticle Based Materials Showing Emergent Phenomena : Transitioning from Sixfold to Threefold Symmetry in Anisotropic ZnO Colloids

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Ligand‐Programmed Consecutive Symmetry Break(s) in Nanoparticle Based Materials Showing Emergent Phenomena : Transitioning from Sixfold to Threefold Symmetry in Anisotropic ZnO Colloids

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THEISS, Sebastian, Michael VOGGEL, Henning KUPER, Martin HÖRMANN, Ulrich KRINGS, Peter BAUM, Jörg August BECKER, Valentin WITTMANN, Sebastian POLARZ, 2021. Ligand‐Programmed Consecutive Symmetry Break(s) in Nanoparticle Based Materials Showing Emergent Phenomena : Transitioning from Sixfold to Threefold Symmetry in Anisotropic ZnO Colloids. In: Advanced Functional Materials. Wiley. 31(8), 2009104. ISSN 1616-301X. eISSN 1616-3028. Available under: doi: 10.1002/adfm.202009104

@article{Theiss2021-02Ligan-52304, title={Ligand‐Programmed Consecutive Symmetry Break(s) in Nanoparticle Based Materials Showing Emergent Phenomena : Transitioning from Sixfold to Threefold Symmetry in Anisotropic ZnO Colloids}, year={2021}, doi={10.1002/adfm.202009104}, number={8}, volume={31}, issn={1616-301X}, journal={Advanced Functional Materials}, author={Theiss, Sebastian and Voggel, Michael and Kuper, Henning and Hörmann, Martin and Krings, Ulrich and Baum, Peter and Becker, Jörg August and Wittmann, Valentin and Polarz, Sebastian}, note={Article Number: 2009104} }

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