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      Multifunctional Lanthanide-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks with a Polyheterotopic Ligand: Doped with Ytterbium(III) for Luminescence Enhancement and Selective Dye Adsorption

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                Journal
                Chemistry - An Asian Journal
                Chem. Asian J.
                Wiley
                18614728
                August 16 2018
                August 16 2018
                July 30 2018
                : 13
                : 16
                : 2126-2134
                Affiliations
                [1 ]MIIT Key Laboratory of Critical Materials Technology for, New Energy Conversion and Storage; School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Harbin Institute of Technology; Harbin 150001 P. R. of China
                10.1002/asia.201800754
                © 2018

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