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Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 1970, Volume 191, Number 5, Pages 1048–1049 (Mi dan35351)  

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

The specificities of skeleton crystallization of $\mathrm{NiAsS}$ in glass of $\mathrm{As}$$\mathrm{S}$ composition (a new form of crystal growth)

V. N. Apollonovab, E. M. Feklichevab, N. V. Timofeevaab, Ya. A. Kalashnikovab, V. E. Svintitskikhab

a Institute for High Pressure Physics the USSR Academy of Scinces
b Lomonosov Moscow State University

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UDC: 548.524+575.546.74+19+221
Presented: Н. В. Белов
Received: 08.08.1969

Citation: V. N. Apollonov, E. M. Feklichev, N. V. Timofeeva, Ya. A. Kalashnikov, V. E. Svintitskikh, “The specificities of skeleton crystallization of $\mathrm{NiAsS}$ in glass of $\mathrm{As}$$\mathrm{S}$ composition (a new form of crystal growth)”, Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 191:5 (1970), 1048–1049

Citation in format AMSBIB
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\by V.~N.~Apollonov, E.~M.~Feklichev, N.~V.~Timofeeva, Ya.~A.~Kalashnikov, V.~E.~Svintitskikh
\paper The specificities of skeleton crystallization of $\mathrm{NiAsS}$ in glass of $\mathrm{As}$ -- $\mathrm{S}$
composition (a new form of crystal growth)
\jour Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR
\yr 1970
\vol 191
\issue 5
\pages 1048--1049
\mathnet{http://mi.mathnet.ru/dan35351}


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