Immobilization of (Aqueous) Cations in Low pH M-S-H Cement

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MARSISKE, Maximilian R., Christian DEBUS, Fulvio DI LORENZO, Ellina BERNARD, Sergey V. CHURAKOV, Cristina RUIZ AGUDO, 2021. Immobilization of (Aqueous) Cations in Low pH M-S-H Cement. In: Applied Sciences. MDPI AG. 11(7), 2968. eISSN 2076-3417. Available under: doi: 10.3390/app11072968

@article{Marsiske2021-04Immob-53468, title={Immobilization of (Aqueous) Cations in Low pH M-S-H Cement}, year={2021}, doi={10.3390/app11072968}, number={7}, volume={11}, journal={Applied Sciences}, author={Marsiske, Maximilian R. and Debus, Christian and Di Lorenzo, Fulvio and Bernard, Ellina and Churakov, Sergey V. and Ruiz Agudo, Cristina}, note={Article Number: 2968} }

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