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The structures and properties of the atomic clusters are neither like those of the corresponding atoms and molecules nor bulk solid. It is quite natural that the materials composed of those clusters exhibit some new properties. Moreover, cluster assemblies have shown even large variety of optical, electric and magnetic responses due to localized coupling between the clusters, leading to the enhancement of certain unusual properties. In this review we present some examples such as the enhanceddoi:10.1088/1742-6596/488/1/012046 fatcat:z4f772evubehhe5smeqfxhm4su