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Electrical conductivity of a sitall

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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 7, p. 8, July, 1992.

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Magrupov, M.A., Umarov, A.V., Khamidov, S.R. et al. Electrical conductivity of a sitall. Glass Ceram 49, 313–314 (1992).

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