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English: structure of black phosphorus

Year = 1979 Volume = 71 Page = 1718-1721
Title = Effect of pressure on bonding in black phosphorus
Authors = Cartz L., Srinivasa S.R., Riedner R.J., Jorgensen J.D., Worlton T.G.

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