The Role of Chloride Ions during the Formation of Akaganéite Revisited

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SCHECK, Johanna, Tobias LEMKE, Denis GEBAUER, 2015. The Role of Chloride Ions during the Formation of Akaganéite Revisited. In: Minerals. 5(4), pp. 778-787. eISSN 2075-163X. Available under: doi: 10.3390/min5040524

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