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New Lead Orthosilicate {Pb4(О(ОН)2)}[SiO4] with a Framework of Anion-Centered Pb Tetrahedra Related to Sodalite

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New Lead Orthosilicate {Pb4(О(ОН)2)}[SiO4] with a Framework of Anion-Centered Pb Tetrahedra Related to Sodalite
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Crystallography Reports, June 2019
DOI 10.1134/s1063774519030040
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T. A. Eremina, E. L. Belokoneva, O. V. Dimitrova, A. S. Volkov

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