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A neutron diffraction study of the d0 and d10 lithium garnets Li3Nd3W2O12 and Li5La3Sb2O12

Cussen, Eddie and Yip, Thomas Wai Sing (2007) A neutron diffraction study of the d0 and d10 lithium garnets Li3Nd3W2O12 and Li5La3Sb2O12. Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 180. pp. 1832-1839. ISSN 0022-4596

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