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Author Name    Mooradian, A.; Jaeger, T.; and Stokseth, P., editors

Title   TUNABLE LASERS AND APPLICATIONS: Proceedings of the Loen Conference, Norway, 1976

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Fine in orange cloth; no dust jacket. 404 pages; illustrated with two hundred thirty-eight figures, and a list of participants. Volume 3 in the Springer Series in Optical Sciences.

Edition   First edition. From the library of physicist Daniel H. Deutsch, with embossed seal and signature to the front endpaper.

Publisher   Berlin/Heidelberg/New York: Springer-Verlag, 1976.

ISBN Number    3540079688 / 9783540079682

Seller ID   32647.00

A collection of papers that were presented at the 1976 Loen Conference describing various technologies of tunable lasers, including ultra-violet visible lasers, infrared laser systems, laser driven chemical reactions, laser photokinetics and photobiology.

Optics. Physics.

Price = 35.00 USD



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