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Újvári, G ; Varga, A ; Ramos, F C ; Kovács, J ; Németh, T ; Stevens, T
CHEMICAL GEOLOGY 304-305 pp. 83-96. , 14 p. (2012)
Zárolt Közlemény:1934996 Egyeztetett Forrás Idéző Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Nyilvános idézők összesen: 54 Független: 37 Függő: 17 Idézett közlemények száma: 23
Folyóiratcikk/Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)/Tudományos[1934996] [Érvényesített]
Független idéző: 37, Függő idéző: 17, Nem vizsgált idéző: 0, Összes idéző: 54
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