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Default InP/ZnS Nanocrystals: Coupling NMR and XPS for Fine Surface and Interface Description

InP/ZnS Nanocrystals: Coupling NMR and XPS for Fine Surface and Interface Description

He?loi?se Virieux, Marianne Le Troedec, Arnaud Cros-Gagneux, Wilfried-Solo Ojo, Fabien Delpech, Ce?line Nayral, Herve? Martinez and Bruno Chaudret



Journal of the American Chemical Society
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