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Radiation-induced defects and effects in germanate and tellurite glasses. / Hongisto, Mikko; Veber, Alexander; Petit, Yannick; Cardinal, Thierry; Danto, Sylvain; Jubera, Veronique; Petit, Laeticia.

In: Materials, Vol. 13, No. 17, 3846, 31.08.2020.

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Harvard

Hongisto, M, Veber, A, Petit, Y, Cardinal, T, Danto, S, Jubera, V & Petit, L 2020, 'Radiation-induced defects and effects in germanate and tellurite glasses', Materials, vol. 13, no. 17, 3846. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma13173846

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Hongisto, M., Veber, A., Petit, Y., Cardinal, T., Danto, S., Jubera, V., & Petit, L. (2020). Radiation-induced defects and effects in germanate and tellurite glasses. Materials, 13(17), [3846]. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma13173846

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Hongisto M, Veber A, Petit Y, Cardinal T, Danto S, Jubera V et al. Radiation-induced defects and effects in germanate and tellurite glasses. Materials. 2020 Aug 31;13(17). 3846. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma13173846

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Hongisto, Mikko ; Veber, Alexander ; Petit, Yannick ; Cardinal, Thierry ; Danto, Sylvain ; Jubera, Veronique ; Petit, Laeticia. / Radiation-induced defects and effects in germanate and tellurite glasses. In: Materials. 2020 ; Vol. 13, No. 17.

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