Electrochemical Degradation of Amoxicillin in Acidic Aqueous Medium Using TiO2-Based Electrodes Modified by Oxides of Transition Metals

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Jaxiry Shamara Barroso Martínez; Antonia Sandoval González; Mónica Cerro López; Fabricio Espejel Ayala; Jesús Cárdenas Mijangos; José de Jesús Treviño Reséndez; Yunny Meas Vöng; Juan Manríquez Rocha; Erika Bustos Bustos

2021

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