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TTF Derivatives Containing Phosphonic Acid Group As Potent Component for Organic-Inorganic Hybrid
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TTF Derivatives Containing Phosphonic Acid Group As Potent Component for Organic-Inorganic Hybrid
Lee, Su-Kyung; Noh, Dong-Youn;
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 Keywords
TTF;phosphonic acid;organic-inorganic hybrid;electrochemistry;X-ray crystal structure;
 Language
English
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