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Morphological and structural changes in laser CVD of silicon: comparison of theoretical temperature calculations with experimental results

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Morphological and structural changes in laser CVD of silicon : comparison of theoretical temperature calculations with experimental results. / Milne, D.; Wilson, J. I B; Rantala, T. T.; Lenkkeri, J.

julkaisussa: Applied Surface Science, Vuosikerta 43, Nro 1-4, 02.12.1989, s. 81-86.

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Milne, D. ; Wilson, J. I B ; Rantala, T. T. ; Lenkkeri, J. / Morphological and structural changes in laser CVD of silicon : comparison of theoretical temperature calculations with experimental results. Julkaisussa: Applied Surface Science. 1989 ; Vuosikerta 43, Nro 1-4. Sivut 81-86.

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