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Capacitive de-ionisation: An electrochemical perspective

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Capacitive de-ionisation : An electrochemical perspective. / Dryfe, R.A.W.; Griffin, J.M.

In: Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Vol. 35, 101084, 31.10.2022.

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Dryfe RAW, Griffin JM. Capacitive de-ionisation: An electrochemical perspective. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 2022 Oct 31;35:101084. Epub 2022 Jul 14. doi: 10.1016/j.coelec.2022.101084

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Dryfe, R.A.W. ; Griffin, J.M. / Capacitive de-ionisation : An electrochemical perspective. In: Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 2022 ; Vol. 35.

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