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The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60

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The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60. / Harding, R. T.; Zhou, S.; Zhou, J. et al.

In: Physical review letters, Vol. 119, No. 14, 140801, 04.10.2017.

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Harding, RT, Zhou, S, Zhou, J, Lindvall, T, Myers, WK, Ardavan, A, Briggs, GAD, Porfyrakis, K & Laird, EA 2017, 'The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60', Physical review letters, vol. 119, no. 14, 140801. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.140801

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Harding, R. T., Zhou, S., Zhou, J., Lindvall, T., Myers, W. K., Ardavan, A., Briggs, G. A. D., Porfyrakis, K., & Laird, E. A. (2017). The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60. Physical review letters, 119(14), [140801]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.140801

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Harding RT, Zhou S, Zhou J, Lindvall T, Myers WK, Ardavan A et al. The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60. Physical review letters. 2017 Oct 4;119(14):140801. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.140801

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Harding, R. T. ; Zhou, S. ; Zhou, J. et al. / The spin resonance clock transition of the endohedral fullerene 15N@C60. In: Physical review letters. 2017 ; Vol. 119, No. 14.

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