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Eason, R.W., Gill, D.S., Anderson, A.A., Hewak, D.W., Moore, R.C., Mailis, S., Vainos, N. and Hatziapostolou, A. (1995) Characterisation of compositional photosensitivity dependence of Ga-La-S thin films fabricated by pulsed laser deposition ULF-LENS 16pp. , GB (Annual Report 1994-1995).

Eason, R.W., Hickey, L.M.B., Mailis, S., Jelínek, M. and Rogers, K. (1995) Growth of sapphire thin films by pulsed laser deposition ULF-LENS 15pp. , GB (Annual Report 1994-1995).

Tropper, Anne and Hanna, David (1995) Optical-fiber lasers exploit new techniques and materials Laser Focus World, pp. 123-128.

Zaldo, C., Eason, R. and Gill, D.S. (1995) Pulsed laser deposition of KNbO3 In, Glocker, D. (eds.) Handbook of Thin Film Process Technology. Bristol, GB, IOP Publishing

Zervas, Michael (1995) Review: Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers: principles and applications, Emmanuel Desurvire, Wiley, New York, 1994. 770pp. $89.95 hc ISBN 0-471-58977-2 Physics Today, 48, (2), p. 56. (doi:10.1063/1.2807915).

Zervas, Michael (1995) Review: Erbium-doped fibre amplifiers: Principles and applications, Desurvire, E. Wiley, New York, 1994. 770 pp. $89.95 hc ISBN 0-471-58977-2 OPN Optics & Photonics news, 6, (1), p. 55.

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