Chemical beam epitaxy and related growth techniques proceedings of the second International Conference on Chemical Beam Epitaxy and Related Growth Techniques, Houston, Texas, USA, 11-13 December 1989 by International Conference on Chemical Beam Eptiaxy and Related Growth Techniques (2nd 1989 Houston, Tex.)

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Other titlesProceedings of the second International Conference on Chemical Beam Epitaxy and Related Growth Techniques.
Statementedited by G.J. Davies, H.D. Shih, W.T. Tsang.
SeriesJournal of crystal growth -- v. 105, nos. 1-4 (Oct. I 1990), Journal of crystal growth -- v. 105.
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Paginationxiii, 398 p. :
Number of Pages398
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Open LibraryOL15162901M

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