Erratum: Spherical nanoindentations and kink bands in Ti3SiC2

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Murugaiah, A., Barsoum, M.W., Kalidindi, S.R. et al. Erratum: Spherical nanoindentations and kink bands in Ti3SiC2. Journal of Materials Research 19, 2194–2203 (2004).

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