Laser cleaning of silicon wafers : prospects and problems

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MOSBACHER, Mario, Volker DOBLER, Micha BERTSCH, Hans-Joachim MÜNZER, Johannes BONEBERG, Paul LEIDERER, 2003. Laser cleaning of silicon wafers : prospects and problems. In: MITTAL, K. L., ed.. Surface contamination and cleaning, Vol 1. Utrecht:VSP

@incollection{Mosbacher2003Laser-5228, title={Laser cleaning of silicon wafers : prospects and problems}, year={2003}, address={Utrecht}, publisher={VSP}, booktitle={Surface contamination and cleaning, Vol 1}, editor={Mittal, K. L.}, author={Mosbacher, Mario and Dobler, Volker and Bertsch, Micha and Münzer, Hans-Joachim and Boneberg, Johannes and Leiderer, Paul} }

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