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Microstructural Characterization of Biosynthesized ZnO Nanostructures Using Jatropha dioica Aqueous Extract

  • Villanueva-Ibáñez Maricela (a1), González Montes de Oca Roel (a2), Camargo Pérez Victoria Perla, Olvera-Venegas Patricia Nayeli (a1), Armando Irvin Martínez Pérez (a3), Edgar Ernesto Vera Cárdenas and Flores-González Marco Antonio (a1)...
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3 Dirección de investigación, innovación y posgrado, Universidad Politécnica de Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mx.
5 Dirección de posgrado, Instituto Tecnológico de Pachuca, Hidalgo, México.

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Microstructural Characterization of Biosynthesized ZnO Nanostructures Using Jatropha dioica Aqueous Extract

  • Villanueva-Ibáñez Maricela (a1), González Montes de Oca Roel (a2), Camargo Pérez Victoria Perla, Olvera-Venegas Patricia Nayeli (a1), Armando Irvin Martínez Pérez (a3), Edgar Ernesto Vera Cárdenas and Flores-González Marco Antonio (a1)...

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