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German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Low-temperature lattice instability in SnTe
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Local magnetic properties of Co grains in bulk Ag and Cu: A first-principles study
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Large-Angle Scattering of Co60 Gamma Rays
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Generalized-gradient approximations to density-functional theory: A comparative study for atoms and solids
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Elastic scattering cross sections of protons by copper, molybdenum, silver and tin near the Coulomb barrier
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Efficient electroluminescence of distyrylarylene with hole transporting ability
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Effect of Antimony, Indium, and Zinc Impurities on the Critical-Field Curve of Tin
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Description of cross sections for photonucleon reactions on tin isotopes at photon energies in the range 2 ≤ E γ ≤ 140 MeV
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Cross-section measurements of the 14N(α,p)17O and 14N(α,α)14N reactions between 3.5 and 6 MeV
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Cross section profiles for Compton scattering of 279.2 keV photons by copper, tin and lead
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A study of low temperature crystallization of amorphous thin film indium-tin-oxide
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A Simple and Effective Regimen for Prevention of Radial Artery Spasm during Coronary Catheterization
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