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**Influence of the borate anomaly on the Sn(II) environment in tin borate glasses.** / Holland, D.; Smith, M.E.; Howes, A.P.; Davies, T.; Barrett, L.

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Holland, D, Smith, ME, Howes, AP, Davies, T & Barrett, L 2003, 'Influence of the borate anomaly on the Sn(II) environment in tin borate glasses', *Physics and Chemistry of Glasses*, vol. 44, no. 2, pp. 59-63. <https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/sgt/pcg/2003/00000044/00000002/art00003>

Holland, D., Smith, M. E., Howes, A. P., Davies, T., & Barrett, L. (2003). Influence of the borate anomaly on the Sn(II) environment in tin borate glasses. *Physics and Chemistry of Glasses*, *44*(2), 59-63. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/sgt/pcg/2003/00000044/00000002/art00003

Holland D, Smith ME, Howes AP, Davies T, Barrett L. Influence of the borate anomaly on the Sn(II) environment in tin borate glasses. Physics and Chemistry of Glasses. 2003;44(2):59-63.

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