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Electronic Materials Series

Electronic Materials Series
Electronic Materials Series
This series is devoted to electronic materials subjects of active research interest and provides coverage of basic scientific concepts, as well as, relating the subjects to the electronic applications and providing details of the electronic systems, circuits or devices in which the materials are used. The Electronic Materials Series is a useful reference source for senior undergraduate and graduate level students, as well as, for research workers in industrial laboratories who wish to broaden their knowledge into a new field
Springer
Willoughby, Arthur F.W.
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Hull, R.
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Willoughby, Arthur F.W.
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Hull, R.
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Willoughby, Arthur F.W. and Hull, R. (eds.) (2000) Electronic Materials Series , UK. Springer

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This series is devoted to electronic materials subjects of active research interest and provides coverage of basic scientific concepts, as well as, relating the subjects to the electronic applications and providing details of the electronic systems, circuits or devices in which the materials are used. The Electronic Materials Series is a useful reference source for senior undergraduate and graduate level students, as well as, for research workers in industrial laboratories who wish to broaden their knowledge into a new field

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Published date: 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 21512
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/21512
PURE UUID: 226319a2-074d-45ad-8fb2-e91e265d84c4

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Date deposited: 15 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:26

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Editor: Arthur F.W. Willoughby
Editor: R. Hull

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