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      Review: Lanthanide coordination chemistry: from old concepts to coordination polymers

      Journal of Coordination Chemistry
      Informa UK Limited

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                Journal
                Journal of Coordination Chemistry
                Journal of Coordination Chemistry
                Informa UK Limited
                0095-8972
                1029-0389
                November 10 2014
                December 17 2014
                September 25 2014
                December 17 2014
                : 67
                : 23-24
                : 3706-3733
                Article
                10.1080/00958972.2014.957201
                d1e2859f-913a-440a-949e-770a02091c60
                © 2014
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