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Contributions to the chemistry of highly concentrated aqueous electrolyte solutions. XXV. Ionophoretic investigation of the association of Al3+, Sc3+, Ga3+ and In3+ ions in concentrated solutions of NaClO4 and LiCl



Contributions to the chemistry of highly concentrated aqueous electrolyte solutions. XXV. Ionophoretic investigation of the association of Al3+, Sc3+, Ga3+ and In3+ ions in concentrated solutions of NaClO4 and LiCl



Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications 36(12): 3891-3899




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DOI: 10.1135/cccc19713891


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