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Precursor to promising candidate materials for superconductor wire.1
In 1907, the first electroluminescent device, with silicon carbide (Aldrich Prod. Nos. 594911, 378097, 357391) as the active material, was described by Henry Round as displaying a “bright glow”.1,2 L...
Alexander Birkel, Kristin A. Denault, Nathan C. George, Ram Seshadri
Material Matters, Volume 7, Number 2, 22–27
Keywords: Capillary electrophoresis, Chromatin immunoprecipitation, Combustion, Ligands, Microwave synthesis, Sol-gel, Substitutions
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