The electrical double layer on oxides: in quest of non-electrostatic contributions.

J. Lyklema

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHydration and setting of cements
    EditorsA. Nonat, J.C. Mutin
    Pages195-203
    Publication statusPublished - 1992

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    Lyklema, J. (1992). The electrical double layer on oxides: in quest of non-electrostatic contributions. In A. Nonat, & J. C. Mutin (Eds.), Hydration and setting of cements (pp. 195-203)
    Lyklema, J. / The electrical double layer on oxides: in quest of non-electrostatic contributions. Hydration and setting of cements. editor / A. Nonat ; J.C. Mutin. 1992. pp. 195-203
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    Lyklema, J 1992, The electrical double layer on oxides: in quest of non-electrostatic contributions. in A Nonat & JC Mutin (eds), Hydration and setting of cements. pp. 195-203.

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