By E.S. Machlin (Auth.)
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Chapter I - electric Properties
, Pages 1-56
Chapter II - Magnetic Properties
, Pages 57-102
Chapter III - Optical Properties
, Pages 103-134
Chapter IV - Mechanical Properties
, Pages 135-168
Chapter V - Mass delivery Properties
, Pages 169-187
Chapter VI - Interface and Junction Properties
, Pages 189-214
Chapter VII - Defects and Properties
, Pages 215-250
, Pages 251-255
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