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Dr. Liviu-Cristian Cune Magic Pairs and Structural Transitions in Binary Metallic Clusters ChemPhysChem 13

Article first published online: 18 APR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201200084

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Magic clusters: Increasing the difference between the two types of atoms in binary metallic clusters leads to a gradual disappearance of the homo-atomic geometric magic numbers and the appearance of magic pairs corresponding to the number of atoms of each atomic species in binary nanostructures with higher stability (see picture). Changes in composition or concentration induce structural transitions and ground-state[LEFT RIGHT ARROW]isomer inversions.

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