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Magnetic resonance and related phenomena proceedings of the 19th Congress Ampere, Heidelberg, September 1976 by Congress Ampere (19th 1976 Heidelberg, Germany)

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Statementedited by H. Brunner, K.H. Hausser, and D. Schweitzer.
ContributionsBrunner, H., Hausser, K. H., Schweitzer, D., Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
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Paginationxxvii, 645 p. :
Number of Pages645
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Open LibraryOL16148277M

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