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Diagnostic components in harsh radiation environments: possible overlap in R&D requirements of inertial confinement and magnetic fusion systems.

Bibliographic reference Bourgade, J L ; Costley, A E ; Reichle, R ; Hodgson, E R ; Hsing, W ; et. al. Diagnostic components in harsh radiation environments: possible overlap in R&D requirements of inertial confinement and magnetic fusion systems.. In: The Review of scientific instruments, Vol. 79, no.10, p. 10F304 (2008)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/125180
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