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Statementeditors M. Schulz, and G. Pensl.
SeriesSpringer series in electrophysics -- 7
ContributionsSchulz, M., Pensl, G.
LC ClassificationsTK 3441 S46 I62 1981, TK3441S48 I62 1981
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Paginationx, 316 p. :
Number of Pages316
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Open LibraryOL20873803M
ISBN 103540110216

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INFOS 81 attracted participants from universities, research. Insulating Films on Semiconductors: Proceedings of the Second International Conference, IN Erlangen, Fed.

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