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Walter, FR ; Valkai, S ; Kincses, A ; Petneházi, A ; Czeller, T ; Veszelka, S ; Ormos, P ; Deli, MA ; Dér, A
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL 222 pp. 1209-1219. , 11 p. (2016)
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