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Original Paper

Milan Novák, Radek Škoda

Mn3+-rich andalusite to kanonaite and their breakdown products from metamanganolite at Kojetice near Třebíč, the Moldanubian Zone, Czech Republic

Journal of Geosciences, volume 52 (2007), issue 1-2, 161 - 167


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