Anisotropic Magnetism in Gradient Porous Carbon Composite Aerogels

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BAHNER, Jochen, Nicolas HUG, Sebastian POLARZ, 2021. Anisotropic Magnetism in Gradient Porous Carbon Composite Aerogels. In: C – Journal of Carbon Research. MDPI. 7(1), 22. eISSN 2311-5629. Available under: doi: 10.3390/c7010022

@article{Bahner2021-03Aniso-52971, title={Anisotropic Magnetism in Gradient Porous Carbon Composite Aerogels}, year={2021}, doi={10.3390/c7010022}, number={1}, volume={7}, journal={C – Journal of Carbon Research}, author={Bahner, Jochen and Hug, Nicolas and Polarz, Sebastian}, note={Article Number: 22} }

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