High-pressure synthesis of MgB2 with addition of Ti

  title={High-pressure synthesis of MgB2 with addition of Ti},
  author={Tatiana A. Prikhna and Wolfgang Gawalek and Ya. M. Savchuk and Viktor Moshchil and N. V. Sergienko and Rudolf Hergt and Michael Wendt and Sergey N. Dub and Ch. Schmidt and Jan Dellith and Vladimir S. Melnikov and Tobias Habisreuther and Doris Litzkendorf and P. A. Nagorny Institute for Superhard Materials and Kiev and Ukraine and Institut fur Physikalische Hochtechnologie and Jena and H Germany and Institute of Geochemistry and Mineralogy and Ore-Formation},
  journal={Physica C-superconductivity and Its Applications},

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