Adding a New Member to the MXene Family: Synthesis, Structure, and Electrocatalytic Activity for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction of V4C3Tx

@article{Tran2018AddingAN,
  title={Adding a New Member to the MXene Family: Synthesis, Structure, and Electrocatalytic Activity for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction of V4C3Tx},
  author={Minh-Hai Tran and Tim Sch{\"a}fer and Ali Shahraei and M. D{\"u}rrschnabel and Leopoldo Molina‐Luna and Ulrike Ingrid Kramm and Christina S. Birkel},
  journal={ACS Applied Energy Materials},
  year={2018}
}
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