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Time resolved study of excimer laser ablation of thin organic films from a metal surface

Time resolved study of excimer laser ablation of thin organic films from a metal surface

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HERMINGHAUS, Stephan, Paul LEIDERER, 1991. Time resolved study of excimer laser ablation of thin organic films from a metal surface. In: Process Module Metrology , Control and Clustering , Proceedings of SPIE. 1594, pp. 334-343

@inproceedings{Herminghaus1991resol-9028, title={Time resolved study of excimer laser ablation of thin organic films from a metal surface}, year={1991}, booktitle={Process Module Metrology , Control and Clustering , Proceedings of SPIE}, pages={334--343}, author={Herminghaus, Stephan and Leiderer, Paul} }

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