v15n1 Supplement — Cartier and Wood “References for Figure 5”

References Used in Figure 5 by Camille Cartier and Bernard J. Wood

Supplement to the February 2019 (v15n1) issue of Elements.

Disclaimer: this table was not reviewed by Elements nor were its contents verified.

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