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Default Main regularities of thermal expansion and thermal stability of layered ferroelectrics established

The scientists of the Lobachevsky University and the Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research in Wroclaw (Poland) have conducted unique studies of oscillation properties using optical spectroscopy.

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