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Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser

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Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser. / Kumpulainen, T.; Ismailov, A.; Hyvärinen, L.; Levänen, E.; Vihinen, J.

Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Surface Modification Technologies. 2014. s. 275-284.

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Kumpulainen, T, Ismailov, A, Hyvärinen, L, Levänen, E & Vihinen, J 2014, Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser. julkaisussa Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Surface Modification Technologies. Sivut 275-284, Suomi, 1/01/00.

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Kumpulainen, T., Ismailov, A., Hyvärinen, L., Levänen, E., & Vihinen, J. (2014). Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser. teoksessa Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Surface Modification Technologies (Sivut 275-284)

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Kumpulainen T, Ismailov A, Hyvärinen L, Levänen E, Vihinen J. Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser. julkaisussa Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Surface Modification Technologies. 2014. s. 275-284

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Kumpulainen, T. ; Ismailov, A. ; Hyvärinen, L. ; Levänen, E. ; Vihinen, J. / Surface Processing of Zirconia Ceramics by Laser. Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Surface Modification Technologies. 2014. Sivut 275-284

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