Annealing behavior of quench-condensed hydrogen and deuterium films

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ALBRECHT, Uwe, Peter EVERS, Paul LEIDERER, 1993. Annealing behavior of quench-condensed hydrogen and deuterium films. In: Surface Science. 283(1-3), pp. 419-422. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0039-6028(93)91013-F

@article{Albrecht1993Annea-5041, title={Annealing behavior of quench-condensed hydrogen and deuterium films}, year={1993}, doi={10.1016/0039-6028(93)91013-F}, number={1-3}, volume={283}, journal={Surface Science}, pages={419--422}, author={Albrecht, Uwe and Evers, Peter and Leiderer, Paul} }

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