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Atomic physics 16 Sixteenth International Conference on Atomic Physics : Windsor, Ontario, Canada, August, 1998 by International Conference on Atomic Physics (16th 1998 Windsor, Ontario)

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Published by AIP in New York .
Written in English


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Statementeditors, William E. Baylis, Gordon W.F. Drake.
SeriesAIP conference proceedings -- 477., AIP conference proceedings -- no. 477.
ContributionsBaylis, William E. 1939-, Drake, Gordon W. F., American Institute of Physics.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 413 p. :
Number of Pages413
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18132988M
ISBN 101563967529
LC Control Number99062377

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