Intercalation of Primary Alcohols into Layered Titanoniobates

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Intercalation of Primary Alcohols into Layered Titanoniobates. / Thomas, Chris I.; Karppinen, Maarit.

julkaisussa: Inorganic Chemistry, Vuosikerta 56, Nro 15, 07.08.2017, s. 9132-9138.

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Thomas, Chris I. ; Karppinen, Maarit. / Intercalation of Primary Alcohols into Layered Titanoniobates. Julkaisussa: Inorganic Chemistry. 2017 ; Vuosikerta 56, Nro 15. Sivut 9132-9138.

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