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Nondestructive magneto-optical characterization of natural and artificial fefects on 3" HTSC Wafers at liquid nitrogen temperature

Nondestructive magneto-optical characterization of natural and artificial fefects on 3" HTSC Wafers at liquid nitrogen temperature

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EISENMENGER, Johannes, Joachim SCHIESSLING, Uwe BOLZ, Bernd-Uwe RUNGE, Paul LEIDERER, Michael LORENZ, Holger HOCHMUTH, Michael WALLENHORST, Horst DÖTSCH, 1999. Nondestructive magneto-optical characterization of natural and artificial fefects on 3" HTSC Wafers at liquid nitrogen temperature. In: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. 9(2), pp. 1840-1843. Available under: doi: 10.1109/77.784815

@article{Eisenmenger1999Nonde-9421, title={Nondestructive magneto-optical characterization of natural and artificial fefects on 3" HTSC Wafers at liquid nitrogen temperature}, year={1999}, doi={10.1109/77.784815}, number={2}, volume={9}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity}, pages={1840--1843}, author={Eisenmenger, Johannes and Schiessling, Joachim and Bolz, Uwe and Runge, Bernd-Uwe and Leiderer, Paul and Lorenz, Michael and Hochmuth, Holger and Wallenhorst, Michael and Dötsch, Horst} }

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