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Changing structural archetypes: On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides

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Changing structural archetypes : On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides. / Balic-Zunic, Tonci; Makovicky, Emil.

1992. Abstract fra 25. Danske Krystallografmøde, Kemisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, Danmark.

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Harvard

Balic-Zunic, T & Makovicky, E 1992, 'Changing structural archetypes: On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides', 25. Danske Krystallografmøde, Kemisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, Danmark, 29/11/2010.

APA

Balic-Zunic, T., & Makovicky, E. (1992). Changing structural archetypes: On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides. Abstract fra 25. Danske Krystallografmøde, Kemisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, Danmark.

Vancouver

Balic-Zunic T, Makovicky E. Changing structural archetypes: On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides. 1992. Abstract fra 25. Danske Krystallografmøde, Kemisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, Danmark.

Author

Balic-Zunic, Tonci ; Makovicky, Emil. / Changing structural archetypes : On interesting homeotypic relationships among complex Pb-Tl-As-Sb sulphides. Abstract fra 25. Danske Krystallografmøde, Kemisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, Danmark.

Bibtex

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RIS

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AU - Makovicky, Emil

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PY - 1992

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