GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics

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GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics. / Van Iseghem, Pierre; Aertsens, Marc; Gin, S.; Deneele, D.; Grambow, B.; Strachan, D.; McGrail, P.; Wicks, G.; Lemmens, Karel (Peer reviewer).

Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Vol 207. Hoboken (NJ), United States, 2009. p. 115-126.

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Van Iseghem, P, Aertsens, M, Gin, S, Deneele, D, Grambow, B, Strachan, D, McGrail, P, Wicks, G & Lemmens, K 2009, GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics. in Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Vol 207. Hoboken (NJ), United States, pp. 115-126, MS&T'08. Materials Science & Technology 2008 Conference & Exhibition, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, 2008-10-05.

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Van Iseghem, P., Aertsens, M., Gin, S., Deneele, D., Grambow, B., Strachan, D., McGrail, P., Wicks, G., & Lemmens, K. (2009). GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics. In Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Vol 207 (pp. 115-126).

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Van Iseghem P, Aertsens M, Gin S, Deneele D, Grambow B, Strachan D et al. GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics. In Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Vol 207. Hoboken (NJ), United States. 2009. p. 115-126

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Van Iseghem, Pierre ; Aertsens, Marc ; Gin, S. ; Deneele, D. ; Grambow, B. ; Strachan, D. ; McGrail, P. ; Wicks, G. ; Lemmens, Karel. / GLAMOR - Or how we achieved a common understanding on the decrease of glass dissolution kinetics. Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Vol 207. Hoboken (NJ), United States, 2009. pp. 115-126

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