Quantum Semiconductor Models


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DREHER, Michael, Li CHEN, 2011. Quantum Semiconductor Models. In: DEMUTH, Michael, ed.. Partial Differential Equations and Spectral Theory. Basel:Springer, pp. 1-72. ISBN 978-3-0348-0023-5

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