Thermoluminescence in lithium fluoride: apparent activation by manganese
M J Rossiter; D B Rees-Evans; S C Ellis
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Thermal behavior of platinum fluorides: III. Platinum difluoride and trifluoride
The theoretical study for the perovskite-type manganese fluorides of KMnF3, RbMnF3 and K1-xLixMnF3
Synthesis, Structures, and Characterization of MMnZrF~7 (M = Tl, Rb, NH~4, K) Fluorides: An Example of 7-Coordination of Divalent Manganese
El-Ghozzi, M.; Avignant, D.; Guillot, M.
On “Birthmarks” in rare-metal granites of the Losevka pluton, northern Kazakhstan
Letnikov, F.; Letnikova, A.; Levin, A.
Néel temperature in FexZn1-xF2
Tahir-Kheli, R. A.; McGurn, A. R.
Fluorination of Hydrocarbons by the Higher Fluorides of Cobalt, Manganese, and Cerium
Asovich, V. S.; Kornilov, V. V.; Kostyaev, R. A.
Fluorination of Ethylene by Higher Fluorides of Cobalt, Manganese, and Cerium
Asovich, V. S.; Kornilov, V. V.; Maksimov, B. N.
Electron-Transfer States of Pairs of Unlike Transition-Metal Ions in Perovskite Fluorides
Ferguson, J.; Guggenheim, H. J.
Coherent potential approximation for randomly diluted uniaxial antiferromagnets : Application to Mn 1−xZn xF 2
Moreira, F. G. Brady; Fittipaldi, I. P.
C G A Hill
Adducts of manganese-(III) and -(IV) fluorides with antimony pentafluoride
Sawodny, W.; Rau, K. M.
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