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Research article
27 May 2014
Research article |  | 27 May 2014

H2O and HCl trace gas kinetics on crystalline HCl hydrates and amorphous HCl / H2O in the range 170 to 205 K: the HCl / H2O phase diagram revisited

R. Iannarelli and M. J. Rossi

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