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Original Paper

Stanislav Houzar, Jiří Litochleb, Jiří Sejkora, Jan Cempírek, Jaroslav Cícha

Unusual mineralization with niobian titanite and Bi-tellurides in scheelite skarn from Kamenné doly quarry near Písek, Moldanubian Zone, Bohemian Massif

Journal of Geosciences, volume 53 (2008), issue 1, 1 - 16

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3190/jgeosci.017


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