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Thermal conductivity of substoichiometric ZrC and NbC

  title={Thermal conductivity of substoichiometric ZrC and NbC},
  author={Edmund K. Storms and Paul Wagner},
Vacancy ordering in substoichiometric zirconium carbide: A review
  • T. Davey, Ying Chen
  • Materials Science
    International Journal of Ceramic Engineering & Science
  • 2022
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