ICONO 2005: Novel photonics materials : physics and optical diagnostics of nanostructures : 11-15 May, 2005, St. Petersburg, Russia
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NOVEL PHOTONICS MATERIALS
Optical bistable switching in FabryPerot interferometer with bulk heavily doped GaAs
Variation of powerlaw dynamics caused by dark state recovery of fluorescence
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