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Scientists from MIPT Gain Insights into 'Forbidden' Chemistry

18 hours ago − Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Gabriele Saleh, a research fellow at MIPT, and Prof. Artem Oganov, a Laboratory Supervisor at MIPT and Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), have discovered what causes the stability of various compounds that are not commonly found in 'textbook' chemistry. …
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