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Sponge-like europium oxide from hollow carbon sphere as a template for an anode material for Reactive Blue 52 electrochemical degradation
Materials Chemistry & Physics, November 2021
Dalibor M. Stanković, Andrej Kukuruzar, Slađana Savić, Miloš Ognjanović, Ivona M. Janković-Častvan, Goran Roglić, Bratislav Antić, Dragan Manojlović, Biljana Dojčinović
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