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Keywords:

  • hybrid multifunctional materials;
  • single molecule magnets (SMMs);
  • layered superconductors;
  • tantalum disulphide
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A material in which superconducting and magnetic properties coexist is synthesized by the intercalation of single-molecule magnets into the layered structure of a group V metal dichalcogenide. A molecule-based/solid-state hybrid strategy is here employed, proving as a promising chemical approach for preparing new materials in which superconductivity coexists with different molecule-intrinsic functionalities.