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Journal of Phase Equilibria

, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 106–127 | Cite as

The O−Pb (Oxygen-Lead) system

  • H. A. Wriedt
O−Pb

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Pb203 Hydrostatic Pressure Equi Diagram Alloy Phase Diagram Crys Structure 
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