Nanophotonics: 3-5 April 2006, Strasbourg, France
David L. Andrews, Jean-Michel Nunzi, Andreas Ostendorf, SPIE Europe, Bas-Rhin (France). Conseil général
SPIE, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 526 pages
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