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Original Paper

Jakub Plášil, Jiří Čejka, Jiří Sejkora, Jan Hloušek, Radek Škoda, Milan Novák, Michal Dušek, Ivana Císařová, Ivan Němec, Jana Ederová

Línekite, K2Ca3[(UO2)(CO3)3]2.8H2O, a new uranyl carbonate mineral from Jáchymov, Czech Republic

Journal of Geosciences, volume 62 (2017), issue 3, 201 - 213


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