Structure from diffraction methods: Inorganic materials series

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Structure from diffraction methods : Inorganic materials series. / Bruce, Duncan W.; O'Hare, Dermot; Walton, Richard I.

Wiley;, 2013. 338 p.

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Bruce, DW, O'Hare, D & Walton, RI 2013, Structure from diffraction methods: Inorganic materials series. Wiley;. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118695708

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Bruce, D. W., O'Hare, D., & Walton, R. I. (2013). Structure from diffraction methods: Inorganic materials series. Wiley;. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118695708

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Bruce DW, O'Hare D, Walton RI. Structure from diffraction methods: Inorganic materials series. Wiley;, 2013. 338 p. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118695708

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Bruce, Duncan W. ; O'Hare, Dermot ; Walton, Richard I. / Structure from diffraction methods : Inorganic materials series. Wiley;, 2013. 338 p.

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