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Renata Čopjaková, David Buriánek, Radek Škoda, Stanislav Houzar

Tourmalinites in the metamorphic complex of the Svratka Unit (Bohemian Massif): a study of compositional growth of tourmaline and genetic relations

Journal of Geosciences, volume 54 (2009), issue 2, 221 - 243


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