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The new spinels LiCoMO4 (M = Ti, Ge) as members of the series Li s Co4−3s M2s−1O4 (1≤s4/3)

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Alba, J.A., Rasines, I. The new spinels LiCoMO4 (M = Ti, Ge) as members of the series Li s Co4−3s M2s−1O4 (1≤s4/3). J Mater Sci Lett 4, 950–953 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00721090

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