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Elastic versus Alloying Effects in Mg-Based Hydride Films. / Baldi, Andrea; Mooij, Lennard; Palmisano, Valerio; Schreuders, Herman; Krishnan, Gopi; Kooi, Bart J.; Dam, Bernard; Griessen, Ronald.

In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 121, No. 25, 255503, 2018.

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Baldi, A, Mooij, L, Palmisano, V, Schreuders, H, Krishnan, G, Kooi, BJ, Dam, B & Griessen, R 2018, 'Elastic versus Alloying Effects in Mg-Based Hydride Films', Physical Review Letters, vol. 121, no. 25, 255503. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.255503

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Baldi, A., Mooij, L., Palmisano, V., Schreuders, H., Krishnan, G., Kooi, B. J., Dam, B., & Griessen, R. (2018). Elastic versus Alloying Effects in Mg-Based Hydride Films. Physical Review Letters, 121(25), [255503]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.255503

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Baldi A, Mooij L, Palmisano V, Schreuders H, Krishnan G, Kooi BJ et al. Elastic versus Alloying Effects in Mg-Based Hydride Films. Physical Review Letters. 2018;121(25). 255503. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.255503

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Baldi, Andrea ; Mooij, Lennard ; Palmisano, Valerio ; Schreuders, Herman ; Krishnan, Gopi ; Kooi, Bart J. ; Dam, Bernard ; Griessen, Ronald. / Elastic versus Alloying Effects in Mg-Based Hydride Films. In: Physical Review Letters. 2018 ; Vol. 121, No. 25.

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