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Due to their anisotropy, layered materials are excellent candidates for studying the interplay between the inplane and out-of-plane entanglement in strongly correlated systems. A relevant example is provided by 1T-TaS 2 , which exhibits a multifaceted electronic and magnetic scenario due to the existence of several charge density wave (CDW) configurations. It includes quantum hidden phases, superconductivity and exotic quantum spin liquid (QSL) states, which are highly dependent on thedoi:10.1021/acsnano.1c03012.s001 fatcat:u4urgx64rnf5xixzfkjklpcy3m