BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Several new single-molecule magnets have been discovered by George Christou, James H. Rudy Professor of Chemistry at Indiana University, and his research group. Christou will report his results on March 26 at the meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Francisco.
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