The O−Zn (Oxygen-Zinc) system

  • H. A. Wriedt


Zinc Oxide Equi Diagram Alloy Phase Diagram Crys Structure Standard Gibbs Energy 
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  • H. A. Wriedt
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  1. 1.Pittsburgh

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