f-block elements collection

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At Nature Communications we are excited to announce the launch of our new collection on f-block elements. This collection aims at highlighting the relevance of this research field and showcasing the latest work at various levels, ranging from fundamental research to applications of f-block elements. In particular, the collection is divided in the following four sections:

  • Structure and bonding in f-block complexes
  • f-elements in catalysis
  • Materials
  • Electronic and spin properties

All the papers are open access and we hope you enjoy browsing the collection.

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