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Activated state in the lepidocrocite structure during thermal treatment

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Gehring, A.U., Karthein, R. & Reller, A. Activated state in the lepidocrocite structure during thermal treatment. Naturwissenschaften 77, 177–179 (1990) doi:10.1007/BF01131161

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Keywords

  • Thermal Treatment
  • Lepidocrocite Structure