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Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide

James Sullivan Orcid Logo, David Worsley

Materials Letters, Volume: 63, Issue: 27, Pages: 2335 - 2338

Swansea University Author: James Sullivan Orcid Logo

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Published in: Materials Letters
ISSN: 0167-577X
Published: 2009
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title Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
spellingShingle Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
James Sullivan
title_short Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
title_full Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
title_fullStr Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
title_full_unstemmed Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
title_sort Evolution and fractal growth of micro/nano structured wires of ruthenium synthesised by microwave irradiation of ruthenium dioxide
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