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Theoretical investigation of nanoscale solid state and cluster structures on surfaces

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FISCHER, Dominik, 2002. Theoretical investigation of nanoscale solid state and cluster structures on surfaces

@phdthesis{Fischer2002Theor-8987, title={Theoretical investigation of nanoscale solid state and cluster structures on surfaces}, year={2002}, author={Fischer, Dominik}, address={Konstanz}, school={Universität Konstanz} }

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