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Laboratory study on the formation of Al2O3 inclusions at the on-set of deoxidation and during reoxidation

Bibliographic reference Van Ende, Marie-Aline ; Guo, Muxing ; Blanpain, Bart ; Wollants, Patrick. Laboratory study on the formation of Al2O3 inclusions at the on-set of deoxidation and during reoxidation. In: Frontiers of Materials Science in China, Vol. 5, no. 1, p. 69-76 (2011)
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