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Graphitic carbon nitride materials: controllable synthesis and applications in fuel cells and photocatalysis

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            Energy & Environmental Science
            Energy Environ. Sci.
            Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
            1754-5692
            1754-5706
            2012
            2012
            : 5
            : 5
            : 6717
            10.1039/c2ee03479d
            © 2012
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