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LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES.

MA TRAUWAERT, J VANHELLEMONT, HE MAES, AM VANBAVEL, G LANGOUCHE and Paul Clauws (1995) APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 66(22). p.3057-3058
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journal title
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
Appl. Phys. Lett.
volume
66
issue
22
pages
3057-3058 pages
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Article
ISSN
0003-6951
language
English
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yes
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A1
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193773
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-193773
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2004-01-14 13:42:00
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@article{193773,
  author       = {TRAUWAERT, MA and VANHELLEMONT, J and MAES, HE and VANBAVEL, AM and LANGOUCHE, G and Clauws, Paul},
  issn         = {0003-6951},
  journal      = {APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {22},
  pages        = {3057--3058},
  title        = {LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES.},
  volume       = {66},
  year         = {1995},
}

Chicago
TRAUWAERT, MA, J VANHELLEMONT, HE MAES, AM VANBAVEL, G LANGOUCHE, and Paul Clauws. 1995. “LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES.” Applied Physics Letters 66 (22): 3057–3058.
APA
TRAUWAERT, M., VANHELLEMONT, J., MAES, H., VANBAVEL, A., LANGOUCHE, G., & Clauws, P. (1995). LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 66(22), 3057–3058.
Vancouver
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TRAUWAERT M, VANHELLEMONT J, MAES H, VANBAVEL A, LANGOUCHE G, Clauws P. LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS. 1995;66(22):3057–8.
MLA
TRAUWAERT, MA, J VANHELLEMONT, HE MAES, et al. “LOW-TEMPERATURE ANNEAL OF THE DIVACANCY IN P-TYPE SILICON - A TRANSFORMATION FROM V-2 TO VXOY COMPLEXES.” APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 66.22 (1995): 3057–3058. Print.