Study of Nucleation Processes during Laser Cleaning of Surfaces

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YAVAṢ, Oğuz, Andreas SCHILLING, Jörg BISCHOF, Johannes BONEBERG, Paul LEIDERER, 1997. Study of Nucleation Processes during Laser Cleaning of Surfaces. In: Laser Physics. 7(2), pp. 343-348

@article{Yavas1997Study-5161, title={Study of Nucleation Processes during Laser Cleaning of Surfaces}, year={1997}, number={2}, volume={7}, journal={Laser Physics}, pages={343--348}, author={Yavaṣ, Oğuz and Schilling, Andreas and Bischof, Jörg and Boneberg, Johannes and Leiderer, Paul} }

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