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Anisotropic nanowire growth via a self-confined amorphous template process : a reconsideration on the role of amorphous calcium carbonate

Anisotropic nanowire growth via a self-confined amorphous template process : a reconsideration on the role of amorphous calcium carbonate

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MAO, Li-Bo, Lei XUE, Denis GEBAUER, Lei LIU, Xiao-Fang YU, Yang-Yi LIU, Helmut CÖLFEN, Shu-Hong YU, 2016. Anisotropic nanowire growth via a self-confined amorphous template process : a reconsideration on the role of amorphous calcium carbonate. In: Nano Research. 9(5), pp. 1334-1345. ISSN 1998-0124. eISSN 1998-0000. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s12274-016-1029-6

@article{Mao2016-05Aniso-34418, title={Anisotropic nanowire growth via a self-confined amorphous template process : a reconsideration on the role of amorphous calcium carbonate}, year={2016}, doi={10.1007/s12274-016-1029-6}, number={5}, volume={9}, issn={1998-0124}, journal={Nano Research}, pages={1334--1345}, author={Mao, Li-Bo and Xue, Lei and Gebauer, Denis and Liu, Lei and Yu, Xiao-Fang and Liu, Yang-Yi and Cölfen, Helmut and Yu, Shu-Hong} }

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