Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles

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Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles. / Hellsten, Niko; Karttunen, Antti; Engblom, Charlotta; Reznichenko, Alexander ; Rantala, Erika.

Advances in Powder and Ceramic Materials Science. 2020. s. 57-66 (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series).

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Hellsten, N, Karttunen, A, Engblom, C, Reznichenko, A & Rantala, E 2020, Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles. julkaisussa Advances in Powder and Ceramic Materials Science. The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series, Sivut 57-66, San Diego, Yhdysvallat, 23/02/2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36552-3

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Hellsten, N., Karttunen, A., Engblom, C., Reznichenko, A., & Rantala, E. (2020). Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles. teoksessa Advances in Powder and Ceramic Materials Science (Sivut 57-66). (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36552-3

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Hellsten N, Karttunen A, Engblom C, Reznichenko A, Rantala E. Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles. julkaisussa Advances in Powder and Ceramic Materials Science. 2020. s. 57-66. (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36552-3

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Hellsten, Niko ; Karttunen, Antti ; Engblom, Charlotta ; Reznichenko, Alexander ; Rantala, Erika. / Compressive Properties of Micro-spherical SiO2 Particles. Advances in Powder and Ceramic Materials Science. 2020. Sivut 57-66 (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series).

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