Unconventional uranium in China's phosphate rock: Review and outlook

  title={Unconventional uranium in China's phosphate rock: Review and outlook},
  author={Delei Shang and Bernhard Geissler and Michael C. Mew and Liliya Satalkina and Lukas Zenk and Harikrishnan Tulsidas and Lee Barker and Adil El-Yahyaoui and Ahmed Hussein and Mohamed H. Taha and Yanhua Zheng and Menglai Wang and Yuan Yao and Xiao-dong Liu and Hui-juan Deng and Jun-Wei Zhong and Ziying Li and Gerald Steiner and Martin Bertau and Nils H. Haneklaus},
  journal={Renewable \& Sustainable Energy Reviews},
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