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0. Cu1 and 9. , Ag 5 % molaire (vert, échantillon #44) et Cu0,95Fe1,05S1,85 + Ag 10 % molaire (gris, échantillon #38) compactés. Mesures réalisées entre 50 °C et 400, p.137

0. Cu1 and 9. , Ag 5 % molaire (vert, échantillon #44) et Cu0,95Fe1,05S1,85 + Ag 10 % molaire (gris, échantillon #38) compactés. Mesures réalisées entre 50 °C et 400, p.139

0. Cu1 and 9. , Ag 5 % molaire (vert, échantillon #44) et Cu0,95Fe1,05S1,85 + Ag 10 % molaire (gris, échantillon #38) compactés. Mesures réalisées entre 50 °C et 400, p.141

9. Cu0, 0. °c, and .. , 98 + Sn 1 % molaire (rose, échantillon #61) et Cu0,99Fe1,01S1.98 + Sn 3 % molaire (marron, échantillon #61) compactés. Mesures réalisées entre 50 °C et 400, p.148

9. Cu0 and 0. , 98 (rouge, échantillon #61), pp.84-121