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Improvement of a Real Gas-Sensor for the Origin of Methane Selectivity Degradation by µ-XAFS Investigation

Overview of attention for article published in Nano-Micro Letters, February 2015
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Title
Improvement of a Real Gas-Sensor for the Origin of Methane Selectivity Degradation by µ-XAFS Investigation
Published in
Nano-Micro Letters, February 2015
DOI 10.1007/s40820-015-0035-7
Authors

Takahiro Wada, Naoyoshi Murata, Takuya Suzuki, Hiromitsu Uehara, Hiroaki Nitani, Yasuhiro Niwa, Motohiro Uo, Kiyotaka Asakura

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