Metal-Organic Nanosheets Step into the Spotlight

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Metal-Organic Nanosheets Step into the Spotlight. / Champness, Neil R.

In: Chem, Vol. 4, No. 5, 10.05.2018, p. 933-934.

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title = "Metal-Organic Nanosheets Step into the Spotlight",
abstract = "In this issue of Chem, Moorthy and co-workers show that integrating photochromic groups into metal-organic frameworks introduces the potential to make responsive functional materials. However, the systems are responsive to light only when separated into two-dimensional nanosheets. In this issue of Chem, Moorthy and co-workers show that integrating photochromic groups into metal-organic frameworks introduces the potential to make responsive functional materials. However, the systems are responsive to light only when separated into two-dimensional nanosheets.",
author = "Champness, {Neil R.}",
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year = "2018",
month = may,
day = "10",
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