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Original Paper

Stuart J. Mills, Pamela S. Whitfield, Anthony R. Kampf, Siobhan A. Wilson, Gregory M. Dipple, Mati Raudsepp, Georges Favreau

Contribution to the crystallography of hydrotalcites: the crystal structures of woodallite and takovite

Journal of Geosciences, volume 57 (2012), issue 4, 273 - 279


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