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High-resolution multinuclear NMR study of cation migration in montmorillonite

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 July 2018

V. Luca
Affiliation:
Chemistry Department, Victoria University of Wellington, Private Bag, Wellington
C. M. Cardile
Affiliation:
Chemistry Division, DSIR, Private Bag, Petone, New Zealand
R. H. Meinhold
Affiliation:
Chemistry Division, DSIR, Private Bag, Petone, New Zealand

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